Modern Tire Dealer

FEB 2019

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T P M S M T D F e b r u a r y 2 0 1 9 50 SUBJECT VEHICLES: 2004 – 2018 Nissan Titan. RELEARN PROCEDURE? No. SPECIAL TOOLS NEEDED? A Nissan Signal Tech II scan tool (J-50190) or CON- SULT scan tool can be used. 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. T he tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) in the 2004 to 2018 Nissan Titan may also be referred to as the low tire pressure warning system. e instrument cluster may also be referred to as combination meter. 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. A sensor-transmitter integrated with a valve (installed on each wheel) transmits a detected air pressure signal in the form of a radio wave. An antenna located in the passenger-side front pillar receives the air pressure signal transmitted by the transmitter in each wheel. e low tire pressure warning control unit reads the air pressure signal received by the antenna, and controls the warning light and the buzzer operations. It also has a judgement function to detect a system malfunction. TIRE PRESSURE WARNING LIGHT NOTE: Tire pressure rises and falls depending on heat caused by vehicle's operation and the T P M S COURTESY OF NISSAN MOTOR CO. USA Nissan Titan 2004-2018

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