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OK,, I searched threads for an hour and could not find the answer, so I will just ask.
It is time to rotate my tires, 6,000. miles. On My Tahoe, when I rotate tires, the sensors still go to the same wheel no mater the position on the vehicle, so I usually have the front moved to back and know the the sensor for the front tire is acutually reading the back until I have them rotated again. The only other solution would be to have the tire broke down and stems/sensors changed to the correct wheel when rotating tires.

The question is, is the tire sensors on the Commandor position sensivite, like the Tahoe?
 

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I've had my tires rotated four times in the last 2 yrs and have not noticed a problem. It seems to me that the Commander knows 'what shoe is on what foot' as it where.
 

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The sensors for the pressure monitors are in the wheel wells - moving the wheels around is not supposed to effect the system. If you want to test it out, pick a wheel and let some air out:)!
 

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After you let some air out, move it to another position. You may have to drive it a few feet for it to register. I think you'll find that the commander can figure it out.
 

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I have 9 tires with monitors installed, I can rotate them around any way I want and the system works fine, you are good to go!
 

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Thanks, Glad this Commander does not have the same problem as the Tahoe. I can't figure why it does not have the pick ups sensor near the wheel also.
But Thanks again.
 
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