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I just went through this very same scenario. Tried three times by the book and gave up. Ran wires into the trunk under the carpet for future shorting purposes. Taking that seat off is a PITA. Purchased the VT tool and had the same results. I ended up going to a local dealer only to have them have problems getting the sensors to register. Dealer called Honda and got a procedure that finally worked. It took 4 total trips to get this done. If your bike is under warranty then Honda covers the repair 100%. Did you purchase the extended warranty? The sensor just can't be broken from tire replacement like mine was.
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I just went through this very same scenario. Tried three times by the book and gave up. Ran wires into the trunk under the carpet for future shorting purposes. Taking that seat off is a PITA. Purchased the VT tool and had the same results. I ended up going to a local dealer only to have them have problems getting the sensors to register. Dealer called Honda and got a procedure that finally worked. It took 4 total trips to get this done. If your bike is under warranty then Honda covers the repair 100%. Did you purchase the extended warranty? The sensor just can't be broken from tire replacement like mine was.
I went through that a lot with the sensors on Honda cars. Some worked right away, others took a few tries to get them to register. Lots of them got broken from tire changes.

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