G35 Sedan V35 2003-06 Discussion about the 1st Generation V35 G35 Sedan

DIY: Reprogram Used TPMS For Your Sedan

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Old 01-24-2014, 08:18 PM
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This is great!
Much like bigjee, my light has not come back on either... so I've just aired the tires back up to 33psi. Hopefully, the TPMS will work properly if a tire gets low. Time will tell.
 
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fantastic work I didnt realize it was this easy.
 
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Originally Posted by effimero89
fantastic work I didnt realize it was this easy.
Yep! Do this twice a year. Once to winter wheels, once to summer wheels.
 
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