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Old 23-05-11, 04:17 PM   #1
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hi i buy 4 new tyre sensor and i cannot activate this with pp,whats i must do?maybe change for used one.before i havent tyre sensor on my wheell
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Old 23-05-11, 06:14 PM   #2
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I wouldnt even bother putting them on. More trouble than they are worth and a pointless and stupid invention imo
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Old 23-05-11, 07:03 PM   #3
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The logic behind them adds up, just the engineering seems to let them down
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Old 23-05-11, 10:50 PM   #4
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You need another tool that connects to pp , not worth the bother
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Well the OP is a timely one. I'm just back from a long trip in which I had a puncture and had to put on the spare. My TPM has given up. I'm now looking for 2 tyres as another one is near the wear limit.
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u need the tyre reciver tool
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I had mine disabled before I took delivery
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Well, after the spare was removed and the alloy put back on, there was a short period of uncertainty and the TPMs are all working again.

I had a very slow puncture in the front N/S, the TPMs kicked in when it was ~10lb/sq in under pressure.
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nie is a pain it flashes up every now and again as there where 4 new tyres put on before i bought the car but they don't seam connected to my set up but they show up as a warnign just keep clearing it up as already said nice idea but poor engineering
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nie is a pain it flashes up every now and again as there where 4 new tyres put on before i bought the car but they don't seam connected to my set up but they show up as a warnign just keep clearing it up as already said nice idea but poor engineering
Turn it off ,2 places in BSI, 1 in Tpm Ecu and 1 in the radio with planet.
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