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    Default Tire sensors

    I have bought a set of four used tire sensors from a 2007 Corvette. They are marked with LV, LA, RV,RA. L=Left R=Right But i don not understand, does it matter in which wheel i place them in? And was do V and A stand for?

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    Hi there,
    Those have no bearing on position.
    They are individually programmed and it doesnt matter where you put them.
    Those are manfacturer specific letters, not GM identification.
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