Tyre Pressure Monitoring

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Re: Tyre Pressure Monitoring

Post by rsk289 » Sat Mar 21, 2020 10:53 pm

Having just got my Kodiaq after a long string of sporting BMWs, I was very surprised to get a 'tyre pressure' warning message, telling me the right front was low. I stopped at the next filling station and set all four, then went into the TPMs which simply asked me if the pressures were now correct and was happy when I ticked 'yes'. No setting up required.
To reset the BMW system, which is controlled from the ABS (rotation) sensors, you have to drive around for a while, trying to stick to the straightest roads you can. The system thinks for a while then resets itself whilst you are doing this. The Skoda clearly believes the driver whilst the BMWs have to decide for themselves.
2019 Kodiak 2.0TSi, DSG, Magic Black with matching black Triglavs, panoramic sunroof (not an L&K), factory towball

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