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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: TPMS

Symptom Table

LOW TIRE PRESSURE WARNING LAMP SYMPTOM CHART

Diagnosis items Symptom (Power switch ON) Low tire pressure warning lamp Cause Action
Low tire pressure warning lamp The low tire pressure warning lamp illuminates for 1 second, then turns OFF. Wake-up operation for all tire pressure sensors at wheels is completed. No system malfunctions
The low tire pressure warning lamp repeats blinking ON for 2 seconds and OFF for 0.2 seconds. Wake-up operation for all tire pressure sensors at wheels is not completed. Perform the ID registration for all tire pressure sensors at wheels. Refer to WT-21, "Work Procedure".
The low tire pressure warning lamp blinks once. The front left tire pressure sensor is not activated. Perform the ID registration for the tire pressure sensor at front left wheel. Refer to WT-21, "Work Procedure".
The low tire pressure warning lamp repeats blinking twice. The front right tire pressure sensor is not activated. Perform the ID registration for the tire pressure sensor at front right wheel. Refer to WT-21, "Work Procedure".
The low tire pressure warning lamp repeats blinking for 3 times. The rear right tire pressure sensor is not activated Perform the ID registration for the tire pressure sensor at rear right wheel. Refer to WT-21, "Work Procedure".
The low tire pressure warning lamp repeats blinking for 4 times. The rear left tire pressure sensor is not activated. Perform the ID registration for the tire pressure sensor at rear left wheel. Refer to WT-21, "Work Procedure".
The low tire pressure warning lamp turns ON and stays illuminated. Low tire pressure Check the tire pressure for all wheels and adjust to the specified value. Refer to WT-65, "Tire Air Pressure".
The low tire pressure warning lamp repeats blinking at 0.5-second intervals for 1 minute, and then stays illuminated. The combination meter fuse is open or removed (or pulled out). Check and install the combination meter fuse. If necessary, replace the fuse.
The BCM harness connector is removed. Check the connection conditions of the BCM harness connector, and repair if necessary.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) malfunction.
  • Perform CONSULT selfdiagnosis.

    Refer to BCS- 26, "AIR PRESSURE MONITOR : CONSULT Function (BCM-AIR PRESSURE MONITOR)"( with Intelligent Key System) or BCS-94, "AIR PRESSURE MONITOR : CONSULT Function (BCM-AIR PRESSURE MONITOR)" (without Intelligent Key System).

  •  If necessary, perform tire pressure sensor ID registration.

    Refer to WT-21, "Work Procedure".

NOTE: If tire pressure sensor wake-up operation is not completed for two or more tire pressure sensors, the applicable low tire pressure warning lamp blinking patterns are displayed continuously.

(Example: Blinks once/OFF/blinks 3 times = Wake-up operation is not completed at the front left wheel and rear right wheel tire pressure sensors.)

Symptom diagnosis
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Low tire pressure warning lamp does not turn on
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