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    From the service manual:

    Quote Originally Posted by Mitsubishi Mirage Service Manual 31-4
    Two sets of four TPMS transmitters can be registered as sets 1 and 2.
    NOTE:
    If the TPMS transmitter is replaced, register the ID codes of all the TPMS transmitters again about the ID set of tire which includes the replaced transmitter using the scan tool MB991958.
    TPMS sensor registration procedures are detailed starting on page 31-42.

    Edit: Never mind - Inuvik covered this already! Maybe the scan tool MB991958 is the key to making this all work.


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    About the sensors... I read that the sensors are sensible to the foam used in repair kit, and told by the mitsubishi dealer each sensor costs around 40 euros... (there we go again.. A low cost car expensive to maintain). My question is, can i cross wheels (to maintain similar tire wear front and back) without problems with sensors?... Are the sensors position calibrated?.. I hope i made myself undestand..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitaminado View Post
    About the sensors... I read that the sensors are sensible to the foam used in repair kit, and told by the mitsubishi dealer each sensor costs around 40 euros... (there we go again.. A low cost car expensive to maintain). My question is, can i cross wheels (to maintain similar tire wear front and back) without problems with sensors?... Are the sensors position calibrated?.. I hope i made myself undestand..
    All TPMS sensors are sensitive to the "Fix a flat goo" regardless of the brand of vehicle if you fill your tire with it. That's why if you don't have a spare try to find a used tire mounted on a rim. The TPMS sensors are NOT location specific, you can swap them around wherever you like on the Mirage.

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    If I understand the service manual correctly, the TPMS sensors are not position dependent.


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