garsh wrote:The problem with the "tire letter" method is that it requires the user to remember the original position.
Instead of doing that, can you show four tires (really, just black rectangles), and then add arrows showing how each one moves when the different selections are made?
What you are suggesting is what I was initially thinking.
But I think what Jim has proposed is the best that can be done.
Any swapping is based on the last registered A, B, C, D positions.
If you are rotating like Nissan recommends it is simple.
If you are choosing to do cross back / forward, just going to have to keep up with the tire locations.
But still a big improvement over going through the tedious tire registration process each time you rotate the tires.
Does remind me that since my tires are worn out that I need the installer to get the rims back into their current location.