|10-20-2013 11:11 AM|
|alawyer||Thanks cheesedoodle. Snow tires w/original rims are in garage. TPMS probably senses those tires, hence the reason for the light being on in and near the garage, then going off shortly thereafter.|
|10-17-2013 04:27 PM|
|10-17-2013 02:08 PM|
Does your system report pressure?
How long does your car have to sit in the garage before you get your symptom. 4 hours? 14 hours?
|10-17-2013 08:19 AM|
on a related subject, i recently had 4 monitors installed on my aftermarket wheels. A couple of weeks ago i noticed that the warning light would light up and stay lit after starting the car...then go out as soon as I leave my driveway. When i return home and pull into the driveway, the light will go on again. I have wi-fi at my house-possible that the signal is interfering with the TPMS? Thoughts?
|10-12-2013 08:16 AM|
|confactor||seems I didn't realize you have to clear the dtc's on camry. I was wrong.|
|09-10-2013 12:19 AM|
Not long ago I attempted to program a 1204a to a Toyota.
it was problematic as there was no sensor id on the sensor,
just the sensor frequency id which is normally
returned(and used to register tpms) by an
industry standard frequency activator tool;not what I needed.
So if anyone could tell me how I would go about finding the actual id
of this sensor or how I would program this sensor
without having to program the IDs into the ecu that would be great.
FYI Im aware that information returned by the activator is in decimal and
that it must be converted to hexadecimal before it is a valid ID
|01-07-2013 03:21 PM|
|01-07-2013 12:57 PM|
|njl||My TPMS just started acting up (just over 6 years, 102k miles). Costco just told me it'd be $59.91 per sensor (parts and labor) to replace them, but they have to order the sensors. They didn't mention that there was a way to check the battery levels on them...so maybe I don't have to do all 5 yet.|
|12-02-2012 01:19 AM|
• All Japan-built vehicles require the tire pressure warning valve/sensors to be
activated (”wake up”) during Pre-Delivery Service (PDS).
• Each tire pressure warning valve/sensor is equipped with a lithium battery that has an average life span of 10 years.
• If a tire pressure warning valve/sensor is removed from the wheel, the grommet
MUST be inspected and replaced if damaged.
As you can see in the pictures, the sensors use a regular 2450 lithium cell:
|12-02-2012 12:42 AM|
|friendly_jacek||I thought they were supposed to last 10 years?|
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