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Tire Pressure Monitoring System on 2010 LTZ

I previously had a 2006 LTZ and it required me to learn the new wheel positions when I rotated the tires. I don't see a learn feature on my 2010. Does anyone know if this is no longer required? Did GM finally make this automatic? Thanks for any input.
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I finally found it! On my 06 you use the DIC to go into the learning mode and on a 2010 its the parking break and FOB. You have got to be kidding me!!!!! How stupid!!!!! Why change a process that worked fine and made sense!!!!!!!
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I was gonna say the dic, but what is it for 10+? Parking break and fob? Idk I rotated mine, and I've learned the positions multiple times, but it still thinks my rears are in the front, and vice versa...



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Turn the key to the run position and press and hold the key fob buttons "lock" and "unlock" at the same time.
It will go into learn mode

I bought one of these and it takes about 1 minute to do

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parking break set, key in run position but not started and press lock/unlock on the fob at the same time for 5 sec The horn will chirp letting you know your in the learning mode. Start with the left front tire either letting air out or adding for 5 seconds or so. Then the horn will chirp and then move clockwise. After the left rear the horn chirps twice turn off the key and your done.
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Ahhh okay. Thank you sir



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Ford's don't require the learning process when you rotate the tires. I really wish GM would have employed the same technology!!
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