TIRE PRESSURE WARNING VALVE REMOVAL

CAUTION / NOTICE / HINT

The necessary procedures (adjustment, calibration, initialization or registration) that must be performed after parts are removed and installed, or replaced during tire pressure warning valve and transmitter removal/installation are shown below.

Replacement Part or Procedure Necessary Procedures Effects/Inoperative when not Performed Link
Tire pressure warning valve and transmitter
  • Register transmitter ID

  • Initialize tire pressure warning system


  • When DTC detection conditions of "transmitter ID not received" DTC are met, TPWS indicator blinks for 1 minute, and then illuminates.

  • Tire pressure warning function

Click here for Registration

Click here for Initialization

PROCEDURE


  1. REMOVE WHEEL ASSEMBLY

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  2. REMOVE TIRE PRESSURE WARNING VALVE AND TRANSMITTER


    1. Remove the tire valve cap.

      Note

      Keep the removed tire valve cap.

    2. Remove the valve core to release the air from the tire.

      Note

      Make sure that a sufficient amount of air has been released.

    3. Using an 11 mm deep socket wrench, remove the nut and washer.

    4. Drop the tire pressure warning valve and transmitter with grommet into the tire.

      Tech Tips

      The grommet may remain attached to the rim.

    5. A001V3HC06
      *1 Tire
      *a Shoe
      *b 10 to 20 mm (0.394 to 0.787 in.)

      Using a tire remover, remove the tire from the disc wheel.

      Note


      • Be careful not to damage the tire pressure warning valve and transmitter due to interference between the valve and the tire bead.

      • Set the tire remover shoe as shown in the illustration.

    6. Take out the tire pressure warning valve and transmitter with grommet from the tire.

    7. Remove the grommet from the tire pressure warning valve and transmitter.