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Just changed the oil in my 2018 Edge AWD.

The manual says to rotate the tires when the oil is changed, will this mess up the TPMS? Is there a procedure to reset TPMS after I do the rotation?

 

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Yes, if you want to ensure that the dash accurately displays the correct wheel, then each tire rotation needs a re-learn procedure.

 

You can do the re-learn using a device, or by partially deflating each wheel.

 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PNP9SVB/?coliid=I33UYEY6ZPLL0X&colid=7FQZRUTL8DOG&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it

 

EDIT: Learnt from @omar302 that no tool or procedure needed  - all automatic.
 

 

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On my 2016 Edge I found out that it will relearn the positions of the tire automatically after a tire rotation.

 

 

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On 7/16/2019 at 12:12 AM, omar302 said:

On my 2016 Edge I found out that it will relearn the positions of the tire automatically after a tire rotation.

 

Agree, the same on my 2016 Sport. The TPMS know where they are located and nothing needs to be done, even when replacing all the tires with new ones. It's completely automatic and that video is not for your car:zombi:.

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6 hours ago, Xtra said:

Agree, the same on my 2016 Sport. The TPMS know where they are located and nothing needs to be done, even when replacing all the tires with new ones. It's completely automatic and that video is not for your car:zombi:.

 

It is my car. Took the video myself 🙂. What is different?

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On 15 juillet 2019 at 8:47 PM, flymore said:

 

The manual says to rotate the tires when the oil is changed, will this mess up the TPMS?

 

Thanks

 

No.

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On 7/15/2019 at 5:47 PM, flymore said:

The manual says to rotate the tires when the oil is changed

 

 

Standard practice is to rotate tires every 5000 miles.  If that syncs with your oil changes then great!  Some people go longer with the oil change (highway driving, synthetic oil).  If you're one of them then you should plan on rotating tires more frequently than you change oil.

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