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TPMS
rchrdleigh
 

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Post: #11
RE: TPMS

Evoque is L538.

For vehicles fitted with TPMS when you change wheels, providing the replacement wheels are fitted with TPMS the vehicle will detect the change and show the correct TPMS values. It can take up to 20 minutes for the vehicle to fully detect the change. TPMS on the replacement wheels must be the same type as the ones originally fitted and as FullFatTim said they valve style changed for later vehicles.
11-11-2017 09:31pm
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syl
 

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Post: #12
RE: TPMS

Not according to some other Evoque owners - the TPMS sensors need programming to the car - trip to the dealers and parting with cash.

http://www.evoqueownersclub.co.uk/forum/...pms#160538

The thing to do is to get programmable sensors on the winter wheels and copy the ID from the summer wheels.

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11-11-2017 11:38pm
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Post: #13
RE: TPMS

One of the posters on your link is not comparing the same systems, 2013 was a totally different system so he will need to put different sensors onto the tyres/ wheels he has carried over from the old car to the new one. The new ones have grey valve stems and caps, the old ones black, but also the old system has very large sensors inside the wheel rim, the new ones have sensors in the valve stems IIRC.

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12-11-2017 08:19am
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putt4par
 

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Post: #14
RE: TPMS

(11-11-2017 11:38pm)syl Wrote:  Not according to some other Evoque owners - the TPMS sensors need programming to the car - trip to the dealers and parting with cash.

http://www.evoqueownersclub.co.uk/forum/...pms#160538

The thing to do is to get programmable sensors on the winter wheels and copy the ID from the summer wheels.

Yes the indicators have an identity which needs to be loaded onto your car by main dealer, not a major task when I enquired.
19-01-2018 02:06pm
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