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Hey folks, I just bought a 2011 Cayenne S to replace my 2006. Wow what a difference! Anyways, the TPMS has 2 dead sensors. What replacements works? I can't seem to get a straight answer... looking for cost effective option. What have you actually bought and used that actually works? Model names, numbers etc... are appreciated
I purchased an '04 CTT about a year ago and have been slowly bringing the technology up to date (rear view camera, up-to-date stereo)...
I am interested in adding TPMS, and there's one that is compatible with my Apple Carplay stereo:
Was wondering if anyone else had success using something different. There are plenty on eBay that use bluetooth and a simple Car-Lighter plug-in monitor (which would work for me as well):
By Faiz Sulaiman
hi everyone, im being haunted with TPMS now. first problem is left side appear req??? if u check in tyre pressure, meter keep pop out TPC inactive, system learning. so below is what i have done;
-check battery life, FR 0 month. i changed FR wheel sensor
-after changed the sensor, i run about 5km (TPC inactive still pop out)
-i diagnosed again n check battery life, RR 0 month then.. ****!
-i dont believe the scanner, so i do system adaptation
-problem still same, i then swap rear tyre.
-scanner still show RR 0 month, i then swap TPMS rear antena
-problem still same..now i dont know what to do.
im wondering how TPMS get wheel electronic ID? i noticed 1 thing, first time i check the ID *******217 at FL, then today 217 at RL! anyone get the clue? i have running the car more than 20km but it still learning.
I have an '08 Boxster S with 19" wheels. I check my tire pressure with a gage every copule of weeks. I have noticed that the tire pressure on the gage is always higher than what the TPMS reads. I was concerned about this so I looked it up in the manual. The manual points out that the recommended pressures are for cold tires at 68F and that tire pressure changes with temperature. It then goes on to say that the TPMS takes into account the relationship between temperature and pressure.
So does the TPMS tell you what the pressure in the tires would be if the temperature were 68F? When it's 98F outside I don't care what the pressure would be if it were 68F, I care what the pressure is now. I fill my rear tires to the recommended 36psi based on todays conditions. Am I looking at this wrong?
Does the 2007 Cayman S have 4 TPMS Sensor Antenna, one for each tire? Like many other owners
I have aftermarket wheels and rims in my 987 and I failed to have the TPMS sensors installed. I have
considered building a small transmitter that will generate the correct frequency to the TPMS Antenna.
This would turn off the annoying TPMS light on the dash.