So true!I found that the Toyota app works best if you delete it. Buy a digital gauge and check your tire pressure monthly, or buy the module from China and have it on your dash display.
That's exactly what that means.Ok just saw on Toyotas connected service supports website under Toyota app then FAQ "how to check tire pressure" there is a bold red statement saying " * to view your vehicles tire pressure in the app, you must have an active trial or paid subscription for any of the available connected services by Toyota"
WTF so does this mean it will never be fixed they simply changed it to something you have to pay for extra now monthly???? If this is the case thats super cheap of Toyota, just saying...
What's amazing to me is that Toyota thinks their app is worth a monthly fee. It took me a year and 4 trips to a dealership to get the spp working. Complete junkTire pressure is on your door jamb. I put 2psi over that. The Toyota App. Is always wrong on tire pressure and parked location. I use the on board tire pressure from car trim home that works fine.