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Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer #4523711 09/23/17 02:47 AM
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http://jameshalderman.com/images/domestic_tpms_relearns_1-4.pdf

My last service, Holden rotated the tyres, but didn't relearn the TPMS.

Alas, the Colorado doesn't learn by deflatingtyres in sequence...I could get to the relearn screen, just not deliver the education.

Re: Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer [Re: Shannow] #4523783 09/23/17 07:05 AM
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Good resource. I wish they all had passive sensing like my Honda though...

Re: Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer [Re: Shannow] #4523800 09/23/17 07:32 AM
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The best is still MOPAR. Cannot be fooled, put the tires wherever you want and the computer will figure them out as soon as they turn a few rotations. I've had tire shops actually try to charge me for the relearn procedure!


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Re: Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer [Re: SteveSRT8] #4523807 09/23/17 07:40 AM
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Originally Posted By: SteveSRT8
The best is still MOPAR. Cannot be fooled, put the tires wherever you want and the computer will figure them out as soon as they turn a few rotations. I've had tire shops actually try to charge me for the relearn procedure!

But they still use sensors in the wheel to communicate. Somebody’s making money on it.

My last two cars were passive systems using the existing ABS system. No sensors for the ape in the tire shop to snap. Resetting is pushing a button or navigating a menu...total of about 2 calories expended.


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The best is still MOPAR. Cannot be fooled, put the tires wherever you want and the computer will figure them out as soon as they turn a few rotations. I've had tire shops actually try to charge me for the relearn procedure!

But they still use sensors in the wheel to communicate. Somebody’s making money on it.

My last two cars were passive systems using the existing ABS system. No sensors for the ape in the tire shop to snap. Resetting is pushing a button or navigating a menu...total of about 2 calories expended.


Bought one of mine in August of 05. Never needed a battery yet, just put seals in at a tire change as PM. Hardly a bother!

And individual tire pressure displays, along with vastly increased accuracy. I'll burn an extra calorie or so...


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Re: Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer [Re: SteveSRT8] #4523832 09/23/17 08:07 AM
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Originally Posted By: SteveSRT8
The best is still MOPAR. Cannot be fooled, put the tires wherever you want and the computer will figure them out as soon as they turn a few rotations. I've had tire shops actually try to charge me for the relearn procedure!


Agreed, definitely the easiest system to work with, and the individual pressure displays in the cluster are fantastic.


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Re: Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer [Re: Shannow] #4523867 09/23/17 09:01 AM
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Why the heck does GM have 23 variations of this system, while Ford and ChryCo can do it with 4-5?


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Originally Posted By: LotI
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The best is still MOPAR. Cannot be fooled, put the tires wherever you want and the computer will figure them out as soon as they turn a few rotations. I've had tire shops actually try to charge me for the relearn procedure!

But they still use sensors in the wheel to communicate. Somebody’s making money on it.

My last two cars were passive systems using the existing ABS system. No sensors for the ape in the tire shop to snap. Resetting is pushing a button or navigating a menu...total of about 2 calories expended.


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Originally Posted By: SteveSRT8
The best is still MOPAR. Cannot be fooled, put the tires wherever you want and the computer will figure them out as soon as they turn a few rotations. I've had tire shops actually try to charge me for the relearn procedure!
I agree.Made my life easy when i had to rotate tires or do wheel swaps on new vehicles.Take for a quick ride and all were in sync.


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Re: Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer [Re: CT Rob] #4524040 09/23/17 12:46 PM
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Originally Posted By: CT Rob
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The best is still MOPAR. Cannot be fooled, put the tires wherever you want and the computer will figure them out as soon as they turn a few rotations. I've had tire shops actually try to charge me for the relearn procedure!
I agree.Made my life easy when i had to rotate tires or do wheel swaps on new vehicles.Take for a quick ride and all were in sync.
My Hyundais are like this too. Usually within a mile they will reset after a tire swap.


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Re: Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer [Re: Shannow] #4526012 09/25/17 04:23 PM
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Weird. Never had an issue on the F150; but then again it does not have specific tire indications, only a warning.

Which I prefer.


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Re: Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer [Re: Shannow] #4526786 09/26/17 01:21 PM
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I was surprised after seeing ordinary cheap Chevy 2012 and 2013 products displaying individual pressures to not see it in high end Toyota vehicles. I'd like to see a table of TPMS features by vehicle model and year. Does that exist?

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VW & Audi that uses direct sensors: drive the car for about 10 miles and you're good.

ABS-based with button: press and hold button until you hear a beep.
ABS-based with MFA reset: follow the MFA instructions.


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Re: Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer [Re: Shannow] #4528269 09/28/17 08:20 AM
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My 2012 Mazda spells out the procedure in the owner's manual. IIRC, if you have to change a sensor, you turn on the car, and then turn it off for 15 minutes. Then go for a drive and it learns the new sensors.

When changing tires yourself
If you or someone else changes tires, you
or someone else can also undertake the
steps for the TPMS to complete the ID
signal code registration.
1. After tires have been changed, switch
the ignition ON, then back to ACC or
OFF.
2. Wait for about 15 minutes.
3. After about 15 minutes, drive the
vehicle at a speed of at least 25 km/h
(16 mph) for 10 minutes and the tire
pressure sensor ID signal code will be
registered automatically.

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Re: Compilation of TPMS relearning by manufacturer [Re: Shannow] #4540851 10/12/17 04:01 AM
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Tried the deflate method to try to get the TPMS to reset per one or more of the GM tests.

Didn't work, so instead had the cross front rear rotation pressure numbers, and two tyres showing low pressure alarms even 'though I'd pumped them back up.

$40 delivered got a reset tool off ebay...

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