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Old 06-15-2013, 02:46 PM
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Ok, I'm sure this is a stupid question, and I am sure it is answered a million times somewhere on here; but I have already looked through so many pages and other forums I am just going to ask it again. I hope that all of you in your infinite wisdom and experience can help out a novice who just doesn't trust other people to do something this easy and important.

I have a 2012 Ford Egde SEL AWL. I would like to rotate my tires. On my old Mazda 3 I could rotate them and everything was fine with the TPMS. This leads me to believe everything will be just fine with my Edge, but because I opened my big mouth and let other people know what I was doing they insisted on making me research this online and now I am nervous about it because apparently people actually do have an issue with this. So now I have to know, if I rotate my tires myself at home without a relearning tool, will I mess up my TPMS? I never once reset the TPMS in my 2004 Mazda 3, maybe I should have, but I never did and it always worked just fine. Is that the case with my newer model Ford, or will all hell break loose and my TPMS will never work right again? Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated!

Sincerely,

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Old 06-28-2013, 10:14 AM
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i think the tpms will give you the wrong wheel position if it has a condition to set a warning.
 
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