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Okay, this appears to be a new one.....for me, at least. I few weeks back I had my '14 Platinum serviced at the dealer.
The servicing included a tire rotation. Yesterday I noticed the driver's front tire pressure was a little low so last night I added a few pounds of air. This morning, the TPMS showed that the driver's front tire pressure had remained the same, but that the driver's rear tire pressure was much higher than it appeared at yesterday. In essence, it seems that the TPMS sensor in the driver's front tire is reporting the pressure in the driver's rear tire, and the driver's rear tire sensor is reporting the pressure in the driver's front tire. UGH. Does this sound possible to anyone? When the tires are rotated, don't the sensor reflect the new tire positions? I'm baffled by this new development. Thoughts?
 

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The dealer, after rotating the tires, is supposed to reset the TPMS so it reflects the new wheel locations. That wasn't done. Take it back.
 

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Gavinallan1 said:
My Cadillac dealer service technicians have to be reminded to reset the TPMS sensors or else it is not done.
Same here, sometimes they forget.
 
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Okay, this appears to be a new one.....for me, at least. I few weeks back I had my '14 Platinum serviced at the dealer.
The servicing included a tire rotation. Yesterday I noticed the driver's front tire pressure was a little low so last night I added a few pounds of air. This morning, the TPMS showed that the driver's front tire pressure had remained the same, but that the driver's rear tire pressure was much higher than it appeared at yesterday. In essence, it seems that the TPMS sensor in the driver's front tire is reporting the pressure in the driver's rear tire, and the driver's rear tire sensor is reporting the pressure in the driver's front tire. UGH. Does this sound possible to anyone? When the tires are rotated, don't the sensor reflect the new tire positions? I'm baffled by this new development. Thoughts?
Hello jsakabuck,

I most certainly understand how TPMS concerns could feel distracting. Additionally, I am more than happy to contact your dealership on your behalf to look further into this situation. Please send me a PM with your full name, phone number, VIN, mileage, and the name of your involved dealership to better assist. Enjoy your day and I hope to hear from you soon.

Kind Regards,


Brandon M.
Cadillac Customer Care
 
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