After rotating tires, the TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) sensors need to be relearned by the vehicle's computer for it to know which one is where. The places where I have mine rotated usually forget to do this and I wind up doing it myself later. The procedure to do it has always been in the owner's manual so no big deal.
So, just had the first rotation done on my '14 Silverado, looked in the manual and it says to take it to the dealer to reset these sensors because they have the needed tool(?). If you want to do it yourself you now need to buy your own tool. Searching on the internet, looks like the tool I need for mine starts around $80 - $100!
Has anyone else run into this? This seems like a total rip-off to me, these sensors on this vehicle don't do anything more than the ones on my others did, if anything they are not as accurate, so why is an expensive one-off tool now required?