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post #1 of 7 Old 08-10-2018, 06:06 AM Thread Starter
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Question Gen 3 TPMS - Easy swap or need reprogram?

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Picking up a new 2018 soon and wanted to know if TPMS system allows swapping second set of rims (winter wheels) that have Nissan TPMS installed without have to reprogram. Will car do it automatically?
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Dealer told me the 2nd set of tpms sensors need to be programmed the first time by the dealer and the can be swapped on and off the car with the original set with no additional steps required by the owner. However, I have seen in threads here people who bought new sensors from Nissan and they just auto-calibrated by driving on the vehicle.

I also see that the new sensors must be programmed in this thread: https://www.nissanmurano.org/forums/...son-tires.html - thanks PaulDay

What I don’t know is if the vehicle actually supports 8 TPMS registrations concurrently.

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Ok, for the Gen 3 the TPMS Sensor assembly appears to be part # 40700-3JA0B and you also need the TPMS Sensor Nut part # 40780-JA01B

I would like to order online, assuming it will fit on my 2010 Nissan 18" rims (which I am going to have powder coated) - any reason the new TPMS would not fit the older rims?

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Ok, for the Gen 3 the TPMS Sensor assembly appears to be part # 40700-3JA0B and you also need the TPMS Sensor Nut part # 40780-JA01B

I would like to order online, assuming it will fit on my 2010 Nissan 18" rims (which I am going to have powder coated) - any reason the new TPMS would not fit the older rims?
Stem hole size is one industry standard for car rims. They will fit without any issues.


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Thanks Paul! It is confusing when some of the online Nissan parts ordering forms say "Not Compatible" with 2018 Platinum when I put the stuff in my cart. I checked and it did indicate compatible with 2017 S version... i guess their computer database is not updated yet for 2018. Seeing as electronic parts are NOT returnable, thought I should check with my people here first.

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So I have a problem with my 2015 Murano SL. I bought a set of winter wheels & tires from my local tire shop, who also installed 433Mhz sensors in the winter rims. My TPMS light keeps coming back on, even after 2 trips back to the tire shop. Today I was there for over 2 hours while they tried different things. I even brought one of my summer wheels with me and they broke the bead on that tire to check the sensor and confirmed that 433 is correct. They took it for a number of test drives and no matter what they did the light came back on. They finally gave up and they’ll talk to the Nissan dealer next week to try and figure this out. They are using ITM sensors. Can anyone help me our here with a suggestion for the tire shop? Are ITM sensors compatible with eh TPMSystem on the car?
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