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Thread: Resetting TPMS to new sensors on new wheels

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    Not according to the tech info


    TPMS.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by GAXIBM View Post
    If sensors on 2017 are in wheels, does it tell you the pressure in each tire and/or which one is low? My 2000 Corvette does...
    Likely not on Mazda. They Chevies I've rented plus a Nissan Altima all did report individual tire PSI. Mazda system simply says at least 1 out of the 4 are low.

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    Hey fellas,

    Got me a fresh new set of wheels for my '15 CX5 and am curious about whether they require the TPMS sensors in em or if the rubber valve stems will suffice. I know that its been mentioned in the thread that it might not be necessary but I just wanted to ask again for good measure since I have a different model than the OP and I wanna be sure. Been googling this and can't seem to get a straight answer one way or the other since there are some conflicting opinions.

    Could someone please shed some light and lemme know if I'm gonna have a problem when I take these bad boys in to get mounted and balanced?

    Many thanks in advance!

    DCX
    Last edited by DCX; 10-06-2017 at 02:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCX View Post
    Hey fellas,

    Got me a fresh new set of wheels for my '15 CX5 and am curious about whether they require the TPMS sensors in em or if the rubber valve stems will suffice. I know that its been mentioned in the thread that it might not be necessary but I just wanted to ask again for good measure since I have a different model than the OP and I wanna be sure. Been googling this and can't seem to get a straight answer one way or the other since there are some conflicting opinions.

    Could someone please shed some light and lemme know if I'm gonna have a problem when I take these bad boys in to get mounted and balanced?

    Many thanks in advance!

    DCX
    The years prior to 2017 do not use direct read sensors. The ABS module measures and processes wheel revolutions to determine pressure losses.

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    Ninja

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigo View Post
    The years prior to 2017 do not use direct read sensors. The ABS module measures and processes wheel revolutions to determine pressure losses.
    Many thanks my man ... I know its a pain to clarify things like this to people like me so I appreciate it lot.

    Cheers!

    DCX

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