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How to Video for Resetting TPMS sensors on GT-R R35

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#1 gforever


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Posted 27 June 2020 - 08:42 PM

Hey guys, this topic has been mentioned on the forum but I haven't found a video or a quick guide to complete the process. I happened to need to do this and decided to make a video to help other owners if they come across this. Hopefully this helps and all of us can swap wheels, change to summer or winter tires without having annoying TPMS Malfunction Light turn on. Check out the video here: 





In this video, I will show you how to reset the TPMS light on a 2009 Nissan GT-R R35. This same method should work on all GTR CBA & DBA model years (2009 - 2016) and most likely 2017+ models as well. (DBA and EBA owners can correct me if I'm wrong).
You will need 2 tools, either Cobb AccessPort or Ecutek.
Link to Cobb AP3: https://amzn.to/3dEiaRU
Link to Ecutek: https://amzn.to/31m11ts
You will also need a TPMS Activator tool.
The one from the video is VXDAS GL-50448 TPMS Relearn Tire Pressure Sensor Reset Activation Tool OEC-T5.
Link to TPMS Relearn Tool: https://amzn.to/31pmXUv
  1. Hook up your COBB AP or Ecutek device to your vehicle's OBD-II port.
  2. Push the start button on your car twice where it is on but engine is off.
  3. Then on your Cobb or Ecutek device, find the TPMS relearn mode. For Cobb APV2, go to Tune, select the TPMS Relearn.
  4. Then follow the order with the Relearn tool to activate each sensor. For the COBB APV2, the order is Front Left, Front Right, Rear Right, Rear Left.
  5. Take the TPMS relearn tool and place it by the sidewall of the 4 tires one by one. The turn signals will flash or your car will horn twice to inform you that the TPMS sensor has been picked up.
  6. Repeat the process for all 4 tires.
  7. Check your dash to see if the TPMS light is gone and on your COBB or Ecutek device to see if relearning is complete.


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#2 idrnkenmonkeyi


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Posted 28 June 2020 - 02:13 AM

Any way to do this without a cobb or ecutek? 

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