TPMS senor on 2010 wing

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TPMS senor on 2010 wing

Post by golfrussel »

Having to have my value stem and senor replaced on the rear of my 2010 wing. I have heard the senor has to be programmed for my bike. Is this true? Have anyone had to replace or had to have their senor replace?

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Re: TPMS senor on 2010 wing

Post by Viking »

I have not, and I know nothing, but would appreciate it if you post the results, and any further info you may find out. TIA
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Re: TPMS senor on 2010 wing

Post by DayTripper »

This may be a little late in coming but.... Yes the tire presure sensor in your tire has to be programmed into your receiver. The procedure to do that is pretty simple, just make sure there are no other tire sensors around (within a few feet) when it is done. New Cars have TPMS as well, so you wouldn't want to program their codes into your system. Honda dealers have a special tool that they use to make sure it is done correctly, the system also store error codes in memory that you can retrieve and even erase just by jumping a connector plug. Detailed really well in repair manual.

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