Tire Pressure Sensor 4

Anselmo Mechanic Bakersfield, California Posted   Latest   Edited  
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Chassis
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2011 Toyota Sienna 3.5L (2GRFE) 6-spd (U760E)
Tpms C2124

How do you know which one is left, right, lr, or rr? I need to know where the tire pressure sensor 4 is at. Anything helps!

thank you!

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Caleb Technician
Mishawaka, Indiana
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Uuuuhhhh???? Just take your TPMS tool too each tire and read the IDs. Then compare the ID'S to the scan tool IDs and there respective positions.

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Anselmo Mechanic
Bakersfield, California
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Thanks you

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Paul Diagnostician
Groton, Connecticut
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Sometimes the answer is right under our noses... but uuuuuuhhhhhhh let us not be too proud. There was a time we didn't know either.

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Caleb Technician
Mishawaka, Indiana
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Yea I'm sorry. I got a little carried away.

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Anselmo Mechanic
Bakersfield, California
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Yes i did it thanks !MMMMMMM GOOD GUY

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Marlin Technician
Estacada, Oregon
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Let pressure out of each one until you find the unresponsive one.

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Jason Technician
Hawthorne, New Jersey
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Hey what's going on bud. To my understanding left front is tire 1 and then it goes right front sensor 2 and right rear is tire 3 and the left rear is tire sensor 4. I do alot relearns and programming. I doubt in wrong. See if u can wake up the left rear sensor with the tpms tool.

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Jason Technician
Hawthorne, New Jersey
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Forgot to add that the tires might have been replaced or rotated and never relearned. So what Caleb said is 100% correct.

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