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i did some searching and i could not find anything on this.. i am going to get my sensors installed but how do i know what sensor goes to what wheel? when they installed my 18's they just put in regular valves
 

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i did some searching and i could not find anything on this.. i am going to get my sensors installed but how do i know what sensor goes to what wheel? when they installed my 18's they just put in regular valves
i think this will help. not sure but i think it doesnt matter what sensor goes where u just have to reprogram? someone please correct me if i'm wrong.

http://www.cadillacfaq.com/faq/answers/tprepro.html
 

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Yea its alot of Fun too!! I had my Tires Rotated, and didnt realize that the Fronts are now the Rears, and Rear, are Fronts... Just an FYI!!!




Where's my Chicanes?? ;)
 

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It does not matter what sensor goes were. All you have to do is program them once they are on the car.
 

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It does not matter what sensor goes were. All you have to do is program them once they are on the car.
Unless you have TPMS on both your Summer and Winter wheels. I just changed mine over today and my fronts and rears are swapped, too.
 

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You can program them any time you want. Lots of places forget to do it after rotations or don't know.
The sensors are not location specific, you just have to program them once they are in place.
 

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10 months and still forgetting FAQ?? :nono:
thanks tbjs.. the FAQ doesn't say anything about what sensor goes where.

turns out discount has a machine that will reprogram them to the correct position.
 

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Yea its alot of Fun too!! I had my Tires Rotated, and didnt realize that the Fronts are now the Rears, and Rear, are Fronts... Just an FYI!!!




Where's my Chicanes?? ;)
hey man! they have every color in stock in your size. retail is $129 and i can get them to you for $100. let me know what you want and ill get them to you asap

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hmm...
 

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Unless you have TPMS on both your Summer and Winter wheels. I just changed mine over today and my fronts and rears are swapped, too.
As it has been stated, the sensors are not location specific. Once they are programed to the car they will remember their address, hence your fronts are now rears and vise versa, but you can simply reprogram them in your driveway in about 10 minutes. No special tools, no programers, just follow the faq's!!! Its very simple!
 

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A chicane is an artificial feature creating extra turns in a roadway, used in motor racing and on city streets to slow cars. On modern raceways, chicanes are usually located after long straightaways, making them a prime location for overtaking. ???? what exactly are you selling?
 

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A chicane is an artificial feature creating extra turns in a roadway, used in motor racing and on city streets to slow cars. On modern raceways, chicanes are usually located after long straightaways, making them a prime location for overtaking. ???? what exactly are you selling?
driving shoes :sneaky:



 

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but the rest of those sneakers look fetching. are they meant for driving with solid heels and extra bracing for heel and toe? that would be swell for driving on the track.
 
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