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      11-04-2013, 09:51 PM   #1
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Tire rotation TPMS question

When you rotate your tires, do you have to do anything to the TPMS? Or just take tire off, rotate, put tire back on? Its BMW so surely its not that simple.
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You might make a slight pressure adjustment, but you shouldn't have problems. I switched between summer and winter sets with no issues.
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I would also reset the TPMS so that the baseline will be updated to the new pressures. Other than this, no worries!

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i don't think you're going to run into any problems
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I would also reset the TPMS so that the baseline will be updated to the new pressures. Other than this, no worries!

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Great, thanks guys. I was washing her this weekend and took a gander at the back tires and I didn't realize how worn down they were. Might be time to cut down on the 1st and second gear launches wasting to much rubber!
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