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TPMS OBDII Relearn

rmod

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Has anyone been able to successfully complete the OBD Relearn procedure for TPMS after rotating the tires? If so which TPMS tool did you use?

I tried the Autel TPMS TS501 (says it supports G70 but failed to program the ECU)
 

Toddasaurus

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Are you getting an error message after rotating them? I wouldn't think you'd have to recalibrate as long as you're keeping the exact same sensors - regardless of the positions.
 

rmod

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Are you getting an error message after rotating them? I wouldn't think you'd have to recalibrate as long as you're keeping the exact same sensors - regardless of the positions.
I was trying to get the ECU to relearn the new positions after the rotation.
The error message was actually on the Autel TPMS programming tool. The car on the other hand is fine although the position of the tires are mixed up.
I found the other option to be getting the ATEQ TPMS tool, but waaay too expensive for DIY.
 

pulsar

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Does the G70 provide location of each tire with the pressure? My Infiniti did not provide a tire position so rotations were no big deal. My wife’s Buick had a on-off key sequence and partially empty each tire of pressure and refill and it then re-learned tire positions after rotation.
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Toddasaurus

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Hmmm... Perhaps we should consult the owner's manual for this...

And in reference to the above question - yes, the G70 shows the pressure of each tire in their corresponding spots.
 

larman2001

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Just so I understand, the sensors / car must be reprogrammed every time my winter tires (on mags) are installed each winter, and same for my summers?
Can they not just be installed and self program being that both sets are mounted on their respective mags?
 

rmod

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If you are using OEM TPMS then you don't have to do anything. Rotate your tires, change your tires, etc. as much as you want and the system should pick up the signal @ each location within a few km of driving. ZERO programming required.

Thanks for the reply. Hopefully this works.
I tried with the Autel MaxiTPMS models 501 and 508 both had the same issue - could not write the ID's to the ECU. Their customer support was not of much help either. Returned both of them.
However before the return, I got the winter tires swapped by the dealer and was able to check that the ID's in the ECU are different from the sensors on the summer tires...mmmm... hopefully next summer when I swap them back will check and hopefully like you mentioned it works without programming.
 
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