TPMS was previously registered.
Told Costco to put wheels back in same place, but I don't think they did.
Went back and wanted them to do the LEAF Spy Pro tire registration pressures.
They instead used their OBDII tire registration device.
Does that work?
Was the following in LEAF Spy Pro thread:
So if Costco did this right, they had to drive the vehicle and then plug the OBDII tire registration device in?Turbo3 wrote:Let me try this again. The Leaf has no ECU that can SEND commands to the TPMS units in the wheels. Note the use of the word SEND in that sentence.
So yes there is an ECU that receives the stream of data from the TPMS units when the TPMS units in the wheel decide to transmit data. The ECU is the Body Control Module (BCM) and is the ECU that LeafSpy requests the tire pressures from that are shown on screen 4.
The BCM has a single antenna that receives data from the wireless key and the TPMS units in each wheel.
The Consult-III plus has no capability to wake up any of the TPMS units in the wheels. When you do a tire registration from the Consult-III plus you must drive the Leaf to wake up the TPMS units in each wheel so they can send and the Leaf BCM ECU can receive that data.
Or do some OBDII tire registration devices have the ability to wake up the TPMS sensors without driving the vehicle first?
I doubt they drove it first.