So i tired to check mine and i have xle with out audio plus.and my safety connect ran out. Its not there anymore. I have ver 2.0.2 . Im guessing i need safety connect to see itThere are three connected services available: safety connect, service connect, and remote connect; the last two are available only if you have Premium Audio or Audio +.
The updated app from a couple months ago (2.0.0) deleted tire pressure read out unless you have service connect or remote connect. The latest app (2.0.1) restored tire pressure for all connected services. I have only safety connect and I can see the tire pressue on the latest version of the app.
I just opened the app now and all is fine. All 4 tires are showing pressures. It updated this morning when I drove it. I used the refresh button on the tire screen and it refreshed without any error message but it also didn't update the last update time. This isn't unusual to not update the time. I wish the app could actually refresh the tire pressure on demand so at least the pressures can be see from a cold tire.Do none of you see this when you open the app?
Tire 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.how often is normal to add air to tires. I just did it like 4 months ago to 33/34 psi and now i'm seeing 27-29 psi. 1500 miles driven on it. That normal? What psi are you guys running on your ravs? i have the le.
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.
I have to agree. Chevrolet's free app has all the functions of Toyota's paid app except auto start last time I had it. Love my Rav4 but Toyota loves to nickel and dime you to death.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 junk
It's not intuitive, you have to click on "Vehicle Status" on the main page, then click "See Details" to see the tire pressure from the App.New update on the toyota app removes the ability to read tire pressure all together. It's not included on the app, it doesn't matter what subscription you have. Called toyota to confirm and it looks like and oversight.