The service manager tells me some Cayenne drivers have had them work and others have not....not really a concrete answer!azlinbackr said:I am alos wondering this....although at the moment all i get is TPMS fault....waiting for parts to come in
Absolutely, the caveat to that is you need to have the TPMS installed on the new wheels. The TPMS is made by Beru, a german GMBH (corporation to us USA folks), who states that their systems will work on most all wheels. They didn't list the exceptions. You can only purchase the Beru TPMS through the dealer right now.Frozenpeaz said:Can you?? i was wondering if i get aftermarket wheels if it will mess with the tire pressure sensor?
I moved the sensors and they work fine. The only issue is whether the valve stem which holds the sensor is compatable with your new rim.Frozenpeaz said:Can you?? i was wondering if i get aftermarket wheels if it will mess with the tire pressure sensor?
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You may have to go through the menu and disable/enable the TPM. It then takes about 3 miles to 'calibrate' as I recall.crb100ktrex said:if you change the sensors to the new wheels, what is the process to reset them? Mine is showing the no reading of the sensor symbol.