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Old 28-11-11, 03:21 PM   #1
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Default TPM warnings for new MOT specs

wonder if anyone with a bit of knowledge can share their thoughts on this?
new MOT regs are stating that TPM warnings will fail; but if they are disabled do you still get the error warning when you start up?
basically need to get the car sorted before new MOT laws come into play...currently have one non TPM wheel from what i can make out..was going to just swap them all out and disable the warnings...
a couple of people ive read on the 'net are stating that even though they have disabled TPM they still get the warning on startup?
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When disabled properly you won't get any warnings plus tpms in mot is for new cars only.
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Old 28-11-11, 03:38 PM   #3
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superb thanks for that!
just checked it out with the VOSa manual anyway as well
heres a link that might help people:
http://mottesters.co.uk/files/specia...n%20Manual.pdf
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yeah once disabled via planet, it informs the ECU not to look for them or check them so no warnings etc. a few people on here have had the same issue, disabled them and all is well.



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They need to be disabled in at least 2 ECUs, possibly 3 depending on your car

Can confirm no warnings/display or anything.... previous owner had them turned off on mine, and I never knew they were .... got them back on now and working just as they were designed to.... they're not all bad
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My MOT man says if there is no warning apparent it won't fail
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Old 28-11-11, 07:05 PM   #7
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I'll be fine then the warnings don't show until I've drove for 45mins, I dont have any left
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I'll be fine then the warnings don't show until I've drove for 45mins, I dont have any left
Does it not say TPM not monitored on start up
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nope I get an OK for all checks,

TPM comes up with precession fine at startup

I will sort it with PP over xmas but had it on diag in garage n it dont throw anything up.
Maybe somebody has been in and played before but misses something
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nope I get an OK for all checks,

TPM comes up with precession fine at startup
It was the same on mine after I disabled it. You can press the little TEST button on the dash and it shows the tyre and says PRESSION OK.
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