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      02-20-2010, 04:38 PM   #1
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HRE Mount TPM Malfunction

Couldn't wait for the snow to melt. Mounted my P40/PS2s today and tried to reset the TPMS. Got a malfunction notice. Is there another method? I was told new sensors were on the wheel/tire package. I have no clue where the sensors reside, but I assume they are part of the stem assembly.

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I had the exact same thing after I installed my HRE/PS2's, but after driving for about 1 mile it went away and hasn't come back. think the car just needed to "re-calibrate" the new wheels/tires.
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So were you actually able to actually reset TPMS in I-Drive? If not what problem did you encounter?

If the correct type is installed, there should be no problem at all after resetting.
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So were you actually able to actually reset TPMS in I-Drive? If not what problem did you encounter?
Mounted the wheels, then went into iDrive to reset the TPM, drove about a mile while the ABS looked for the sensors, then got the TPM Malfunction reading on the iDrive.
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has this issue gone away?
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What year M3 is this? 2010+ have different TPMS vs previous years.
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