Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Fountain Valley California
If *they can't* get it to work, maybe you could give them either one of the 2 (supposedly good) previously removed units. Then as a proper courtesy (to correct the condition created on the initial install), have them reinstall that transponder, air up the tire, positioning it at the hub location, then perform a re-learn. If all goes well, they can then re-balance the tire/wheel assembly (if necessary), and install it. This would allow you to move on with an operational TPMS system for now. With the proviso that they will (at no charge to you), install your new replacement transponder an complete the job as above (if you choose to have the vendor send you a new one for the dud you may have gotten from them).