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TS 401 on 2.67 update not working with Tacoma

3423 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: 2016-06-28 00:26:57


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    rlitt
    2016-06-23 13:11:57
     Since updating my TS401to 2.67 I can't communicate with TPMS sensors in 2012 Toyota Tacoma.  I tried it on two different trucks.  I also can't get it to work on a 2015 Honda Civic,  Anyone else get it to work on these?

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    FX4

    2016-06-23 22:35:44 (Reply to:rlitt)

     Did you update both the program and the DTC?
    Thx.


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    RLAFFECT

    2016-06-24 00:48:42 (Reply to:rlitt)

     i dont think   a 2015 honda civic  has tire pressure sensors  any more.

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    rlitt
    2016-06-26 23:37:26 (Reply to:FX4)
     Yes updated both.  Found out the Toyota Tocama are just extremely slow.  Like several minutes per tpms sensor.  Not sure why.  Other makes take a few seconds.

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    rlitt
    2016-06-26 23:41:46 (Reply to:RLAFFECT)
     Oh I see that now.  I was just tying it out on several cars to see if I had any problems like the Tacoma.  I had a MINI with the same rolling resistance system like the new Honda's.  Wasn't sure I ever really trusted it.

    Thanks for the info



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    FX4

    2016-06-27 03:04:35 (Reply to:rlitt)

     I tested mine on a '12 Camry and it was real slow also. The fords are still fast as ever. I wonder if the Toyo's are just slow to wake up. Oh well, As long as it works I guess we're OK.
    Thx.

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    RLAFFECT

    2016-06-27 13:21:24 (Reply to:rlitt)

     i wonder why  honda  did away  with  tire pressure sensors  in some of the newer models.
    and  my  ts400  and ts501  and  otc    are  all very slow  on alot of  lexus  and some toyota cars.   

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    FX4

    2016-06-28 00:26:57 (Reply to:RLAFFECT)

     Oh I'm sure it's just another play to MAKE us take them back to the dealer to get serviced/repaired. Just like the anti theft systems like PATS, worked fine for years, but once the tools come out for the owners to reasonability repair themselves they come up with this incode/outcode scheme. Not much more secure for the car owner, just more money for the dealer. I haven't looked into the new TPM systems but I doubt working on them is going to be cheaper than the systems in use today, especially since after market suppliers are now providing sensors for most cars. But with the new ones, it's back to the dealer again. They know they have the money to stay ahead of us.

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