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      04-22-2015, 09:05 AM   #1
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Jb4 tire pressure help

Hey I know that you can use the jb4 to disable the tpsm. Can someone please tell me how. All the videos I've found don't tell you anything. Thanks guys
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Hey I know that you can use the jb4 to disable the tpsm. Can someone please tell me how. All the videos I've found don't tell you anything. Thanks guys
You can't use the JB4 to disable that. It has to be coded.
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search on Google -- JB4 steering wheel control

I did the TPMS disable on mine, i think it is speedo 2, tach 1.
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search on Google -- JB4 steering wheel control

I did the TPMS disable on mine, i think it is speedo 2, tach 1.
It doesn't work. TPMS disable has never been a feature.
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It doesn't work. TPMS disable has never been a feature.
LOL it will work... It done on my car, dash flashed tpms inactive for 5 seconds after driving for 1 mile, then clears and no dash lights on, what so ever.

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Speedo 4 Tach 6 is the toggle to disable the TPMS light. At least it used to be.
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LOL it will work... It done on my car, dash flashed tpms inactive for 5 seconds after driving for 1 mile, then clears and no dash lights on, what so ever.

What version of JB4 are you running? All I can go off of is what Terry said since he is the guy who created the JB4.
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I have also used JB4 to disable the TPMS light. The light will blink for a couple seconds when first start it, but then it shuts off. There's a guide on N54tech that tells you every menu and option's function.
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Or just get new TPMS sensors for $130.

I don't like the JB4 way because even if it works, you will still get a flashing light on every drive which would annoy me.

If you refuse to get new TPMS sensors, just code it out. That's the correct way to bypass it.
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Like terry said it works on some cars but not others mine it didn't work
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LOL it will work... It done on my car, dash flashed tpms inactive for 5 seconds after driving for 1 mile, then clears and no dash lights on, what so ever.

What version of JB4 are you running? All I can go off of is what Terry said since he is the guy who created the JB4.
I have the G5 ISO for a n55. I just got the jb4 about a month ago so it's the newest version. I can't seem to find the feature in the list of commands but I've seen videos on YouTube. That's why I was asking
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