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I have winter tires mounted on Ford Mustang 18" 5-spoke wheels. Before I removed them last spring, the TPMS light came on. All pressures were OK. When I mounted my summer wheels, the light went out.
As it is almost time to put the winters back on, I have been thinking about how to locate the wheel giving out the signal. If I just roll each wheel out one by one and lay them next to the car as its running, will the tell tale sensor show up?
I know I can just mount them and go to the shop, but I am curious.
Thanks for any suggestions.
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I'm assuming that both your summer and winter wheels have the sensors in them. Personally, I don't give a ratz azz about the TPMS system and I'd ignore it. But you should be able to have the offending sensor identified with the sensor training tool.
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