Featured TPMS Tip: Nissan Pathfinder 2004-2012
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SUBJECT VEHICLES: Nissan Pathfinder 2004-2012.
RELEARN PROCEDURE? Yes.
SPECIAL TOOLS NEEDED? Yes. A CONSULT scan tool or Signal Tech II Tool (J-50190) may be used for some tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) procedures. A Transmitter Activation Tool (J-45295) is used in the wake-up procedure and can aid in the registration procedure if using the CONSULT tool system.
A sensor-transmitter integrated with a valve (installed on each wheel) on 2004-2012 Nissan Pathfinders transmits a detected air pressure signal in the form of a radio wave. The remote keyless entry receiver receives the air pressure signal transmitted by the transmitter in each wheel. The body control module (BCM) reads the air pressure signal received by the remote keyless entry receiver, and controls the warning light and the buzzer operations. It also has a judgment function to detect a system malfunction. During driving at speeds above 25 mph (40 km/h), the low tire pressure warning system receives the signal transmitted from the transmitter installed in each wheel, and gives alarms when the tire pressure becomes low.
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