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Old 10-26-2011, 05:05 AM
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How to program tire sensors?

I changed the rims and the tire pressure light came on. I was told from infiniti specialist that they have to reprogram the tire sensors by a computer or machine. It costs $75 to do it and I think it is a rip off. Is there a way to program it by myself or any other ideas?
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I've had 4 different sets of rims on SLICK using the same sensors without an issue. Sounds to me like they didn't install one of them right or you do have a tire losing air....you have checked your tire pressure? Call Nissan and ask them what they'll charge to do the reset, Infiniti thinks they're too special to charge a reasonable price to fix anything. I don't know of anyone that has the ability to reset those sensors....sorry!
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You can actually buy a device to reset the sensors yourself. Tirerack sells one (kind of expensive), and there is also a cheap one. There is a thread or two over on my350z.com on this.
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actually once you reset the tire pressue light then it will come back in 3 days
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Yes, there is a procedure where you set the tires to specific pressures, put the car in TPMS learning mode and drive around.

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