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So for the winter season I bought a complete set of wheels with tire, rims and tire pressure sensors, from a Mazda Dealer. I wanted to put them on myself, but I don't know if the tire pressure sensors connect automatically to the car, or I need to go back to the dealer or another specialized tire shop?
 

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9/10 they need to be programmed, so dealer, or garage that can program the specific sensors you purchased.
 

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9/10 they need to be programmed, so dealer, or garage that can program the specific sensors you purchased.
Thank you! One more thing, I'll need to go back to the dealer every time I want to change between the summer/winter tires, don't I?
 

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Thank you! One more thing, I'll need to go back to the dealer every time I want to change between the summer/winter tires, don't I?
Absolutely not. Once programmed to that car, good for as long as the batteries hold out, or you want to install on a different car.
 

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Absolutely not. Once programmed to that car, good for as long as the batteries hold out, or you want to install on a different car.
That is good to hear. It would have been quite annoying. Thank you very much for your help!
 

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If you purchased pre-programmed OEM sensors like Continental, you do not need to visit a dealer or whomever. And if you purchased your package from a Mazda dealer I would think you did. All you need to do is bolt them on and drive the vehicle. They'll automatically pair to your car. At least mine did.
 
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