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Old 30-01-16, 02:57 PM   #1
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Default SOLVED! How do i disable TPM fully with peugeot planet? Not working!

EDIT: SOLVED will post thread on cruise control and tyre

I got my lexia 3 today to turn off my tyre pressure not monitored error message when i put key in car ( Start ignition ).
I went into BSI ECU and went into Configs and went down to Tyre inflation system and it was present so i changed it to absent and confirmed it. I then went into the TPM ECU and disabled it. I start car and i still get the error?
Please help thanks!
Heres a screenshot below attached to what it said when i was disabling it, i couldnt find most of the things but i found those listed can someone help me step by step? Much appreciated!
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Old 30-01-16, 03:00 PM   #2
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Them faults are not for tyre monitoring
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If you read, i said i got 2 issues. I got faults on my engine which is them faults.
Second i want to disable TPM system which i disabled in BSI and then its own ECU but its still active.

The faults i want to know what they are for and how to clear them. Are they important etc.
And i want to know how to disable TPM.
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Did you press the CONFIGURE key (F5, I THINK) after you changed the settings to absent ?

If i'm not mistaken, it asks you to switch ignition off and back on to configure it (but don't quote me on that)
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Sorry can't help with solving the config problems but maybe you can help others like me on indicating where you got your Lexia-3 (cable?) and I assume Peugeot Planet software?

I have contacted JJ Diagnostics as I wanted a UK supplier but no response (as with other people) after two attempts.

For me it's for 2002, 206 1.4 HDI
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@Fuddy Mucker Yeah when i was in BSI when i changed to absent and went out and back in i noticed it wasnt saving haha but i figured out i needed to press that button you stated but i did all this before i posted this, so yes i did press the configure key. But sadly it didnt do a worlds good:/
I deactivated the TPM ECU first. Cause i noticed when i pressed absent on the BSI the TPM ECU disappeared after i did a global scan. So i deactivated the TPM ECU then did absent on the BSI under configurations -> Active ECUS <-- Something like that and then i scrolled down and found the under deflation option stating present so i clicked it and said absent and pressed the config option and i get the message when i start car: Tyre pressure not monitored still:/
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@Old_Raft I was on gumtree (Im in ireland) And bought the cable there as a local was selling the software and product €190
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I just went into accessories and changed to steel wheels to switch my tpms off

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@trem1 Where is this accessories? Can you give me an example. Is this under Test by ECU? And are you talking about accessories under the TPM ECU itself or?
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This might be the solution haha.
My Peugeot planet version is: V22.14 incase thats the issue?
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Sorry was about 18 month ago so can't remember exactly,but think it was vehicle accessories, it must have been simple cos I managed it lol

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