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DIY: TPMS sensor reset

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Old 03-11-2014, 10:53 AM
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Is it true I can just remove the negative terminal to the battery to reset the TPMS?

Mine has always been on due to the fact that I had aftermarket wheels without TPMS, and I just picked up a new set of stock 18s with TPMS included, but the light did not go away
 
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Originally Posted by Solo118 View Post
Is it true I can just remove the negative terminal to the battery to reset the TPMS?

Mine has always been on due to the fact that I had aftermarket wheels without TPMS, and I just picked up a new set of stock 18s with TPMS included, but the light did not go away
You have to do the relearn procedure. It's crazy easy, just follow the above pro!
 
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Originally Posted by Urbanengineer View Post
You have to do the relearn procedure. It's crazy easy, just follow the above pro!
Thank you sir.
 
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Please Help!
Do anyone have the OBD2 connector colour pin-out for a 2006 Infiniti G35 Coupe?
Is Can High BLUE(pin6) and Can Low PINK(pin14)?
Are Can High and Can Low continuously transmitting data?


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Finally a write up on this, my lights been on for 6 months, its been driving me crazy, thanks man!
 
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Originally Posted by jd100 View Post
Finally a write up on this, my lights been on for 6 months, its been driving me crazy, thanks man!
Your dealer will reset it for free. Call em up.
 
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Wtf...when I went through my insurance for a claim they charged them like $100 bucks and now it came back on and I called them and they told me they'll have to look at it etc and you'll be charged..
 
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Old 05-28-2014, 12:18 PM
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My dealer won't do it for free.

Why i had to learn how to do it myself
 
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I called mine yesterday and he said it would be $35 and it takes 45 mins and theyll wash my car too. Not a bad deal lol!
 
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You guys need to buy your dealership donuts one morning or something.
 
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You guys need to buy your dealership donuts one morning or something.
Yah you gotta know someone who works there or have bought your car there and go regularly getting maintenance done etc...other then that nobody does **** for free anymore!
 
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Very true ^^

Did get my major maintenance done there when I bought the car. They like my gopro footage from track day.
 
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I'm not sure if this will work outside of mobile, but just found a stellar deal for all of you driving around with the light on all summer...

$100 for all four total corners!

http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item...d=251154717909
 
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Just a friendly bump and sticky petition because TPMS recalibration questions have come up a lot lately.
 
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Great thread for sure.
 

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