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Old 11-16-2022, 07:53 PM   #15
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NP. Please report back here after you bring it in to let us know if that fixed it.
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The dealer programmed the baseline. I havenít reset anything I was under the impression tpms sensors have a predetermined psi set point that cannot be adjusted and or curious if other people had issues or what their set point is for low psi warning.
I believe you can reprogram the baseline by setting the pressure to whatever you want and then following the "initialize TPMS" procedure described in the owner's manual:
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  2. Set tire pressure to 35 psi (pump/bleed)
  3. Turn ignition on
  4. Press and hold the TPMS button until the "low tire pressure" light blinks slowly 3 times

After I did this, I only saw low tire pressure warning when my tire pressures go below 28, and they frequently are at 28 at the start of my track day sessions.
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Old 11-26-2022, 01:28 PM   #17
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Went to dealer for oil change and had them look at tpms sensors. Well since a master tech wasn’t there and they tried resetting them and overwriting software they are still not communicating to each other or the module. So I’m getting a loaner vehicle during a week while the master tech is there and they already made a claim with Subaru.
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The dealership had my car for 2 days total and they said they put a few new tpms sensors in, checked all the wiring/electrical and the control module itself needs replaced due to not communicating with tpms properly. Mind you all my tpms sensors were accurate and working before I took it there to have them see why I got a low pressure light at 34psi which according to people on here is not right. Im guessing when they tried to reprogram/reset it from the initial factory programming it failed.


So they told me to pick it up today (im guessing I have no pressure tire readings and if I get a flat or destroy my wheels thats on them due to a warranty claim) The part is on back order
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Have you or the dealer tried to follow what I suggested a couple of posts above?
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Have you or the dealer tried to follow what I suggested a couple of posts above?
Does that work for pressures below 28? My cold starting pressures are usually around 25/26 PSI, and this method did not seem to work right for me. I saw the 3 blinks, and it seemed to work for that session. But next time, it was complaining again until tire pressures hit >30 PSI.
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Does that work for pressures below 28? My cold starting pressures are usually around 25/26 PSI, and this method did not seem to work right for me. I saw the 3 blinks, and it seemed to work for that session. But next time, it was complaining again until tire pressures hit >30 PSI.
I don't know.
I can imagine that "<28 bad " is simply hardcoded in the ECU.
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Have you or the dealer tried to follow what I suggested a couple of posts above?
I would ignorantly assume they should know that procedure. They got Subaru America involved and expediting the control module.

I personally have not tried that.
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