Part of the problem is that many of us do not have the same head unit, so we all see different stuff. Since most of us aren't using a sigs as a means to let others know what options we have, the conversation gets all muddied up.
I do not know if it is guaranteed that the position the tires are associated with will be the same on the screen from one start of the car to the next. The tire pressure receiver receives the reading from the tire pressure sensors and I do not know if it considers their unique ID and map it to the same tire positions on the screen or just does that arbitrary. Should map to the same but who knows?UPDATE: Went out today and checked tire location on mine by lowering pressure in three tires. Here's the results: RR LF LR RF.
Mapping of what he sees on the non HDD Nav/Entune unit that shows the 4 tire pressures as one line, with 4 reading.What does this mean?
I see. Thanks.Mapping of what he sees on the non HDD Nav/Entune unit that shows the 4 tire pressures as one line, with 4 reading.
First one from left corresponds to the right rear tire, second from left to the left front tire, then left read and finally right front.
This applies to Entune systems only: Press the Setup button in the upper right hand corner of the screen bezel, then General then scroll down to the bottom to System Information and click it. You should see the Entune firmware Software Version listed amongst all the other information. Entune version 2.1.0 is the latest version.Yes, completely. It shows someone plugging in a flash drive and that causes the versions to come on the screen. If you don't have a flash drive to plug in that shows the version, how do you know the version???
Sorry for more bad news but NO! The XLE does not have ANY TPMS eitherIn the LE you have nothing to tell/warn you about low pressures/leaks/flats. In the XLE, I hear you have a screen that tells you individual pressures but no warning system. You have to continually go to that screen see if you have a problem.
its the law in the US. it was either for 2007 or 2008 that all cars were required to come equipped with tpms. canada must not have that rule...i bet they replaced the tpms dash light with a low washer fluid light (which i believe is required there).According to the 2012 Camry Brochure that I have (in the US), the TPMS is standard on all trim levels. There must be a reason this is not standard in Canada.
Transport Canada is currently assessing the TPMS requirement. Some Canadian models do have them, but it seems to be hit or miss. 2008 was the year for TPMS requirement in the US, a law placed into effect by consumer groups and lawsuits beating on the NHTSA following several catastrophic tire failures, many on the Ford Explorer.its the law in the US. it was either for 2007 or 2008 that all cars were required to come equipped with tpms. canada must not have that rule...i bet they replaced the tpms dash light with a low washer fluid light (which i believe is required there).
Well the funny thing is that our previous 4 Toyotas have had a TPMS. Our Sienna was an 02 and it had a very simple and effective system. I think it just measured wheel speed and if it changed relative to the others then you had a slow leak etc. No expensive sensors in the wheel, no additional costs for winter tires, no maintenance. That was the best system (10 yrs old) and it was scrapped for some reason. Individual pressure sensors in each tire are almost more trouble than they are worth.Wow. The stuff you miss when you are not in the market for a car for a decade or more.
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