I have a friend with a corolla on tpms, personally I'm very anal about my car. So tire pressure is on my weekly check list. I just don't see why it's so important... Besides it's not fun if you have more than 3 sets of wheels you want to change from one day to the nextYou are very lucky you don't have TPMS. It is pretty annoying.
Ooooo that's one I'd liked answered (._.)Thanks for the responses guys, just thinking ahead what I need to do for winter change over (yeah I know summer just started).
OK another question, if you have two sets of wheels, both with TPMS, what does it take to switch between sets for the TPMS system to work? Do you need to go to a dealer (to have the TPMS programmed) each time you switch sets?
How'd you get tpms? My car's only option was an automatic lolI have a 2014 Versa S (base model). It came with TPMS. All I get is a (!) light and a message that says "Tire Pressure low" (or something like that). I like the feature. I got a nail in my tire that caused a slow leak until I plugged it.
Hmmm well I do live on the border so maybe it's a Mexican spec one... Still I also notice how my car loves 89 for some reason and begins to feel like a kid on pixie sticks when I give it premiumQuestion is how did you get a car without it? It's mandated by the government here in the USA. Maybe you got a Canadian spec car or it was never enabled from the factory. I heard the nissan dealer only consult can turn this option on and off.
Well that's wierd lol I didn't expect thatIs "Pixie Sticks" a slang word for Marijuana Cigarettes?