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Yes, calibration required now but ...
The odds are the problem is the cable to one of the sensors rather than the sensors. Regardless, now you will have to get a dealer to calibrate both new sensors.
There is an argument to say that one can change one sensor per side at a time and that the replaced sensor will self calibrate based on signal from the other side. That story may or may not be true but what is certain is that if both sensors are changed, then dealer calibration is required.
I mention cable as more often than not, the cable to a sensor has corroded and a cable overlay has to be installed to bypass the rotten conductors.
It sounds like you have the 4x4 info display. Keep watching it as sometimes you can see one wheel acting up more than the other - or a back wheel acting up. That can help the dealer to isolate the problem.
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