back in January, every time I would take a trip longer than 30 minutes, my TPMS light would start flashing indicating a serious problem with the system. None of my scan tools I had at the time could read the TPMS system so I ignored it. I then watched a video on YouTube about a guy rebuilding a salvage Corvette Grand Sport (it wouldn’t start because the body shop stole the ECM) and he showed off a little tool that he hooked up to a laptop and to that corvette called a VCX Nano. Turned out they have a version of the VCX Nano that has the Tech2Win software that enabled him to do all of the relearns that his new ECM needed to get the corvette started. One trip to Amazon later and spending $129, and I now had the same diagnostic capability as a GM Dealership! I plugged that tool into Scootaloo, and lo and behold, I had a C0755; which told me that my right front sensor had reached the end of its service life. I did some research, and surprise surprise; GM discontinued the factory sensors. Not wanting to get burned again by my local Stealership (It was going to be over $600 to have them to replace my sensors) it was back to Amazon and I found a full set of the superseded sensors for around the same cost of a single sensor at the dealership. Installation was not too bad, Scootaloo needed new tires anyway; and I got a screaming deal on a set of Hankook Optimos for less than $200 at my workplace! The relearn process for my new sensors was pretty easy too with that VCX Nano (It also helped that I had bought an Autel TS501 TPMS tool for relearning the sensors on our Suzuki SX4 after it had some sensors replaced too) and now my TPMS system is good to go for another 10 years!
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