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      01-23-2011, 04:32 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by gthal View Post
Correct, we do. However it is a flat tire monitor system which measures relative rotation of the wheels. In the US they have a TPMS system that electronically senses individual tire pressure. We do not have this. If your valve stems are rubber then it is not TPMS. What this means is you can put any tire/rim on the car and you do NOT have to buy tire pressure sensors. Here is a test, deflate a tire and go for a drive. The car will tell you there is a tire pressure problem but it cannot tell you which tire. In a TPMS system, the car can identify the specific tire and Canadian M3s cannot do this.

But, yes, we do have a tire pressure monitoring system but it is very different than what our US cousins have.

Ahh, I understand now. Thanks for your clarification