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Diagnosis Procedure

NOTE: The Signal Tech II Tool (J-50190) can be used to perform the following functions. Refer to the Signal Tech II User Guide for additional information.

  • Activate and display TPMS transmitter IDs
  • Display tire pressure reported by the TPMS transmitter
  • Read TPMS DTCs
  • Register TPMS transmitter IDs

1.CHECK TIRE PRESSURE

Check the air pressure of all wheels. Refer to pressure observed during "DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE".

Is the inspection result normal?

YES >> Replace the DTC-detected malfunctioning transmitter. Refer to WT "Removal and Installation".

NO >> GO TO 2.

2.CHECK TIRE PRESSURE SIGNAL

With CONSULT

  1. Perform transmitter ID registration for all wheels. Refer to WT "Work Procedure".
  2. Drive for 3 minutes at a speed of 40 km/h (25 MPH) or more, then drive normally for 10 minutes.
  3. Stop the vehicle.
  4. On "DATA MONITOR" select "AIR PRESS FL", "AIR PRESS FR", "AIR PRESS RR" and "AIR PRESS RL".
  5. Within 5 minutes after vehicle is stopped, read the values displayed on CONSULT.

Are tire pressures displayed as 438.6 kPa (4.47 kg/cm2, 63.6 psi)?

YES >> Replace transmitter for the tire that displayed pressure as 438.6 kPa (4.47 kg/cm2, 63.6 psi).

Refer to WT "Removal and Installation".

NO >> Perform "DTC CONFIRMATION PROCEDURE" again. Refer to WT "DTC Logic".

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