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Ever since I powder coated my wheels and had the tyres on and off, I have been getting an occasional TPMS fault which says the tyre pressure sensors aren't detected. I'm sure I will just have knocked one of the sensors and damaged it which I'm happy to take responsibility for (first set of tyres I did on my new machine!), but my question is can I figure out myself which sensor is gubbed so I can replace it? 

Everything I've read suggests taking it to a garage and they can scan the sensors and figure out which one needs done, but I'm wondering if I can do that myself - I have forscan etc.

 

Thanks

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Have a look in FORScan, there may be a more specific code logged.

I don't know if you can Live Monitor them individually but it is worth having a look, there is a search function in FORScan to save you scrolling through all the PID's. Much easier to do with the wireless phone version if the problem is intermittent, if you went cheapskate and only have the wired version then it could be a bit of a pain😀  

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20 hours ago, Tizer said:

Have a look in FORScan, there may be a more specific code logged.

I don't know if you can Live Monitor them individually but it is worth having a look, there is a search function in FORScan to save you scrolling through all the PID's. Much easier to do with the wireless phone version if the problem is intermittent, if you went cheapskate and only have the wired version then it could be a bit of a pain😀  

I can confirm I am a cheapskate 🤣

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22 hours ago, Tizer said:

Sorry, my idea of a joke. Did you have any luck with FORScan?

No I haven't had a chance to look at it again yet...and as is always the case with intermittent issues, it is now not presenting itself!

 

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