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Old 11-21-2012, 09:40 AM
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Have been trying to do as much research on this as possible, but it's hard to find info about TPMS stuff on the S2000. Talked to another member that said the "TPMS pipe bomb" doesn't work on the S2000. Not sure why, but that was what I was planning to do. If my OEM sensors don't fit the Prodrives I'll be putting on, I'll have to buy new sensors, go to the dealer to get them programmed, etc. A lot of money and time to keep a stupid light off. Thoughts?
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Old 11-21-2012, 05:16 PM
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Give my a few and I will help you out as I have a 08 s2000 and just went thru this. I'll make life easier for you.
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I'm all ears.
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Old 11-21-2012, 07:09 PM
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would like to know as well!
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i have CE28's on my 08. i think if the wheels are 1 piece, you should be ok, its the 2 piece wheels with 90 degree valve stems that cause problems
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After a while I learned to forget that the light is on. Problem solved. It's not a big issue for me.
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Well from research, it seems that if the light is triggered, the ECU disables VSA. I'd like to have a fully operating system.
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Originally Posted by ungucpho View Post
i have CE28's on my 08. i think if the wheels are 1 piece, you should be ok, its the 2 piece wheels with 90 degree valve stems that cause problems
Awesome. So your OEM sensors just went right onto the CE28s? Do the sensors have to be reprogrammed once they reach 0 psi and are put onto a different wheel?
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Interesting...I've taken my car to the track twice and VSA still engaged.
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Interesting...I've taken my car to the track twice and VSA still engaged.
Hmmm, maybe I've got it backwards... Having a TPMS light possibly doesn't let you disengage VSA?
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