thanks! that's exactly what I wanted to hear.jlv wrote:I've done the TPMS registration in LeafSpyPro. It was pretty easy. Just have a decent pressure gauge.
Advantage of E Plus; Auto registration. I rotated my tires and the car recognized that fact moving all tires to correct position on the dash display. Now I can't wait to get new tires and see if they are recognized.goldbrick wrote: ↑Fri Jun 12, 2020 3:26 pmI know this is an old post but I'm still a bit confused. It seems that LeafSpy Pro can only 'register' TPMS transmitters that have been 'registered' to the car's ECU. Meaning, there is one process for brand new, non-OEM sensors and a different process to re-learn the wheel positions after rotating tires or having new tires mounted on the original rims. Is this right?
I tried the LSP procedure twice with the pressures exactly right but the car won't recognize them. I do get pressures in LSP but they are all over the map (but reasonablely between 29 and 45 psi) and when I run the procedure it says it fails and shows the TPMS Id's to be in the unknown state.