Programming the new sensor into the system is easy once you figure out the menus. I bought my coach second hand and it included no information whatsoever concerning the TPMS. Not sure if that info got lost or was never included from the factory. The procedure I've discovered is as follows:
Turn ignition to acc and screen will power up to the "Check List" screen.
Select "Screen Selection".
Now select "Configure Tire".
Next select "Reset Swap Region".
Then press "view" right. This will clear the clipboard and swap region of any sensors that are not currently assigned to a wheel on the coach. This will include the sensor you just installed so you will have to wait for it to update again before the system catches it and displays it in the swap region. The sensors update and send out a signal once every few minutes. If your new sensor does not appear in the swap region give it a few minutes.
Press "view" left to return to the "Configure Tire" screen. Select "Add/Edit Vehicle Configuration".
Select the coach "primary vehicle".
Select the layout of the wheels on the coach.
Use the up and down buttons to scroll through the sensors in the swap area. There should only be your new sensor there since you just erased everything else. The number from the label on the sensor will be displayed in the swap area. Highlight new sensor and move it to the clipboard. Follow the instructions on the screen to move it from the clipboard to the position you want it on the coach. Press the "view" right button to save your configuration.
Sounds a lot harder than it is. Total time to replace sensor and program was about 45 minutes. Not sure how much a tire shop charges for this as I've always done them myself. Hopefully this will save some of you some time and money.