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TPMS sensors on winter rims/tires

I'm about to switch over to my winter tires/rims. They have there own TPMS sensors and they were on the car last winter and working. When I switch over do I have to go through the process of re-learning the sensors again or will they remember from last year.

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Did you have to program the summer tires?

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not 100% positive, but I think you will have to relearn them -- the system can only hold one set at a time, I think

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Did you have to program the summer tires?
Yes, when I put them on I had to program the sensors.
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Changed my stock tires from my 2012 to a set of winter tires and wheels that I bought from Roush Ebay store to a set of 19" with Brembo wheels that I bought off an Ebay private user and I've never re-learned any of them and have had no warning lights. (knocking on wood)

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You won't get warning lights from it. Just yesterday I got up to a flat tire on my summer set of tires I never reprogramed the car for them and didn't even know I until I was driving. The car gave me no warning at all.
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Update

I finally switched over to my winters and the TPMS did not have to be re-learned. Its seems once it has initially been "learned" it will remember.
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Just curious. ..did you test it?
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Just curious. ..did you test it?
I'm not sure how you test it. I put them on last winter and went thru the programming, took them off in the spring to put new summers on, programmed these and now just put the winters back on and no issues.
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I would deflate the tire to below 20lbs and see if the tpms light came on
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