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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: ID registration procedure

Description

This procedure must be performed after replacement of a tire pressure sensor or BCM.

Work Procedure

TPMS ID registration can be performed using one of the following procedures:

TPMS REGISTRATION WITH TRANSMITTER ACTIVATION TOOL [KV48105501 (J-45295-A)]

With CONSULT

  1.  Turn the ignition switch ON.
  2.  Using CONSULT, select “AIR PRESSURE MONITOR”“BCM” work support. Then, select “ID REGIST.”
  3.  Select “Start” on “ID REGIST” screen.
  4.  Hold the transmitter activation tool [KV48105501 (J-45295-A)] (1) against the side of the left front tire, near the valve stem.
  5.  With the tool held at a 0 to 15 degree angle to the tire, press and hold the transmitter activation tool button until the indicator lamp turns OFF (approximately 5 seconds).
  6.  Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the remaining tires in this order: right front, right rear and left rear.

Work Procedure

  1. When ID registration is complete, check the following pattern at each wheel.

Sequence

ID registration position

Turn signal lamp

CONSULT

1 Front LH 2 blinks

“Yet (red)”

“Done (green)”

2 Front RH
3 Rear RH
4 Rear LH
  1. After the ID registration procedure for all wheels is complete, press “End” on the CONSULT to finish ID registration.
  2. Test drive the vehicle to ensure that the TPMS lamp is OFF and no warning messages are present.

TPMS REGISTRATION WITH SIGNAL TECH II TOOL [- (J-50190)]

NOTE: The Signal Tech II must be updated with the newest software version in order to perform the below procedures. The Signal Tech II software updates can only be downloaded from a CONSULT unit with ASIST. Other versions of ASIST will not show the updates.

With CONSULT

  1.  Adjust the tire pressure for all tires to the recommended value. Refer to WT-65, "Tire Air Pressure".
  2.  Turn the ignition switch ON.
  3.  Using CONSULT, select “AIR PRESSURE MONITOR” in "BCM" work support. Then, select “ID REGIST.”
  4.  Select “Start” on “ID REGIST” screen.
  5.  Turn on the Signal Tech II tool [- (J-50190)].
  6. Hold the Signal Tech II against the side of the left front tire, near the valve stem.
  7.  With the tool held at a 0 to 15 degree angle to the tire, select “Activate Sensor” from the main menu, then press and release the “OK” button to activate the sensor. Once the sensor is activated, the vehicle parking lamps will flash and the sensor ID will appear on the CONSULT screen.
  8.  Repeat steps 6 and 7 for the remaining tires in this order: right front, right rear and left rear.
  9.  When ID registration is complete, check the following pattern at each wheel.

Work Procedure

Sequence ID registration position Turn signal lamp CONSULT
1 Front LH 2 blinks “Yet (red)”

“Done (green)”
2 Front RH
3 Rear RH
4 Rear LH
  1. Once all sensors have been activated, select “End” on the CONSULT to finish ID registration.
  2.  Test drive the vehicle to ensure that the TPMS lamp is OFF and no warning messages are present.

Without CONSULT

  1.  Adjust the tire pressure for all tires to the recommended value. Refer to WT-65, "Tire Air Pressure".
  2.  Turn on the Signal Tech II tool [- (J-50190)] and select “TPMS Check” from the main menu.
  3. Select vehicle model and year.
  4. When prompted, hold the Signal Tech II against the side of the left front tire, near the valve stem.
  5. With the tool held at a 0 to 15 degree angle to the tire, press and release the “OK” button to activate the sensor. Once the sensor is activated, the tool will sound a tone and the tire pressure will be displayed.
  6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the remaining tires in this order: right front, right rear and left rear.
  7. When prompted, connect the tool to the data link connector. The tool will connect to the BCM, read the VIN, read sensor IDs and check for TPMS DTCs. Along with DTCs detected, one of the following will be displayed next to each wheel:
  1. If no DTC is present or the repair has been completed, press the “OK” button to register the IDs and clear DTCs.
  2. Test drive the vehicle to ensure that the TPMS lamp is OFF and no warning messages are present.
  3.  Print a Signal Tech II Audit Report for your records. Refer to the Signal Tech II User Guide for instructions.

Work Procedure

TPMS REGISTRATION WITH CONSULT ONLY

With CONSULT

  1.  Adjust the tire pressure for all wheels to match the list below.

Tire position

Tire pressure kPa (kg/cm2, psi)

Front LH 240 (2.4, 35)
Front RH 220 (2.2, 32)
Rear RH 200 (2.0, 29)
Rear LH 180 (1.8, 26)
  1. Turn the ignition switch ON.
  2.  Using CONSULT, select “AIR PRESSURE MONITOR” in "BCM" work support. Then, select “ID REGIST.”
  3.  Select “Start” on “ID REGIST” screen.
  4.  Drive the vehicle at a speed greater than 40 km/h (25 MPH) for 3 minutes or more.
  5.  After ID registration for all wheels is complete, press “End” on the CONSULT to finish ID registration.

ID registration position

CONSULT

Front LH

“Yet (red)”

“Done (green)”

Front RH
Rear RH
Rear LH
  1. Adjust the tire pressures for all tires to the recommended value. Refer to WT-65, "Tire Air Pressure".
  2.  Test drive the vehicle to ensure that the TPMS lamp is OFF and no warning messages are present.
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