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Tire Pressure Monitor Installation (tpm)


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I have 19 inch OEM wheels without TPM in my Cayenne S. Is is possible to add TPM sensors and enable TPM in the instrument cluster without changing wheels? If it is not possible to add the sensors, can the wheels with TPM sensors be installed to enable TPM in Instrument Cluster?

Thanks

Dan

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I have 19 inch OEM wheels without TPM in my Cayenne S. Is is possible to add TPM sensors and enable TPM in the instrument cluster without changing wheels? If it is not possible to add the sensors, can the wheels with TPM sensors be installed to enable TPM in Instrument Cluster?

Thanks

Dan

I believe that you must also have the RDK module installed and of course the existing wiring for the module. So its not just as easy as enabling Rdk on your cluster. And if you could install Rdk onto your car you would need a factory tester any way to code the RDK. Of course a code reader will not suffice.

vizcarra44 ;)

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I just got new Performance Products catalog, and they are advertising an aftermarket system (from Hella I think) for <$300. Realize this would not display in instrument cluster, but the readout module looked like it might go in the glovebox when not in use.

Tire Rack has also advertised one for some time, but this one looked better. I will consider it next tire replacement.

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