don't think you can do that from the interface. original pattern is
goes out of whack once they are switched back and forth. best practice is to grab a gauge and work on the tires individually. i do it once a week. 5 mins.
Is there a way to program the TPMS yourself instead of taking it to the Infiniti Dealer?
has to be reprogrammed using the Nissan Consult II unit, best to shop between your local nissan or infiniti dealers
unless u have money to burn: http://aetools.us/nissanconsult2.html
Last edited by soonster; 09-26-2011 at 09:04 PM.
Ok so I bought the FX50 rims and it comes with sensors. The thing I noticed is that it appears the TPMS have not registered with the FX. The light has not even popped up showing that they need to be reprogrammed. And when I check on the tire pressure on the navigation screen only **** show up. I wonder what happened?
Uses sensor: 40700-CD001
2009+ FX's use: 40700-1LA0B
What does that mean? They are difference frequencies. You have to remove the old sensors and put in the correct sensors.
Also, they don't register automatically. You have to go to the dealer or somewhere with a Consult II to program.
Your car is registered to your previous wheel TPMS. They can't be registered to more than 1 set at a time.
I have two working sensors that were " rebuilt " by discount tires. for sale if needed.
I sold my old wheels to a nonnissan owner, sold 2 already so if u need one let me know.
so did the replace my battery and stem or just stem? I think i paid $7 or 12 to have them rebuild it.
I'm pretty sure it was just the stem
I don't have TPM on my car, but have a question about them. I took off Andrew (Blueduck1105) tires for installing the H&R Springs two weeks ago. He's telling me that the TPM hasn't been working for all four tires since. It can only read from one tire? Any ideas?
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That is then in turn displays the tire pressure.
You can rotate all the wheels/tires and you are fine, just the order of what displays on your screen is different.
If you remove the tires/wheels, then put it back on, there is nothing you did. The ECU/Computer is already synced to the TPMS in the wheel/tire.
If you take off the tire/wheels and put them back on 1 month later, the ECU/Computer should still recognize them.
So does all four display **** or do some show the tire pressure like 32 psi?
I am getting new tires put on later today but did not buy the 4 tpms rebuild kits. They are wanting $40 for all four from Discount Tire. Is this something that I should really just have done? Or should I be ok skipping it and saving the $40?
You might end up with a leak if not. You really should change the valve stems every time you mount/dismount tires.
If you do end up with a leak, you have to pay for them to dismount the tire, put in a new valve stem, then re-mount it.
I buy the kits online in advance for like $2-$5, so $40 for 4 installed is not bad.