Good catch, I missed this in the service manual. Oh well, I've rotated my tires already, so I guess the order is messed up now anyways. I check the air in my tires often enough so that the TPMS is pretty much just a flat tire monitor for me anyways.dklanecky1 said:That's not correct, the service manual, section WT (Wheels and Tires) starting on page 36 goes through the procedure to "register" each transmitters ID to a specific display position on the screen.
It specifies the order as LF (front), RF (front), LR (rear), RR (rear) as the "correct" display order.
This process is apparently necessary each time you have your tires rotated and apparently requires the Consult II tool or a special "transmitter activation tool". If you don't, then you're going to have a random pressure display order.
Now I'd bet that no Nissan dealer will do this when you rotate your tires (that's even assuming you'd have the dealer rotate tires anyhow) without a lot of "pressure".