Sounds good. If tires wear uneven better check your car first.Turbo3 wrote: To handle almost all cases I am thinking of the following three options (checkboxes).
1. Swap front/back
2. Swap new front Left/Right
3. Swap new back Left/Right
By "new" I mean after any front/back change has been made.
People following Nissans recommendation would just alternate checking/unchecking the "Swap front/back" check box.
People doing the cross back straight front would step through four combinations (one per rotation).
First rotation: check "Swap F/B" and "Swap back L/R"
Second rotation: uncheck "Swap F/B" and check "Swap front L/R" and "Swap rear L/R"
Third rotation: check "Swap F/B" and "Swap front L/R" and uncheck "Swap rear L/R"
Fourth rotation: Uncheck all
Unless you have some reason to believe you would have uneven tire ware between left and right tires I would just follow Nissan's recommendation.
I generally like the concept.Turbo3 wrote:Here is the new iOS Tire Pressure Settings panel.
Turbo3 wrote:I have added letters A B C D to show how the remapping affects the location. The letters are in clockwise order starting with the front left tire per how the Leaf orders the tire locations....
Here it is with arrows. Keep in mind you still need to keep track of where the tires where originally registered to know how to do the selection of swapping so the letters are still required to be displayed.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?