So you have a shiny new set of wheels with a new set of TPMS sensors and want to register them with the Tyre Pressure Control Unit without the trouble & expense of a visit to the HPC or a Consult III?
Now before anyone dives inÖ. I know this is old hat for Nissans but I have never seen it posted for the GT-R?
So you will need an Activation Tool, these are easy to get hold of in the US, more difficult in the UK, I got this one from the States off ebay. Donít get a wimpy one, because of the size of the wheels & tyres you cannot get very close to the sensor. Next you need to make up a tool to put the Control Unit into learn mode. You could probably just get away with a length of wire, more on that later, I have made up a plug, croc clip to go to ground and a switch.
So the tricky bit is finding the white connector. Itís taped up to the lead that has the OBD2 connector on. You know that plug you connect your Access Port.
Itís tricky to get at & find but it is there. Free it from the loom and if you are lucky it will just come through the OBD2 access hole.
Now plug up the pin, there are two holes in the white plug, only one of them has a contact / wire connected. Connect the croc clip to any convenient earth.
Now you need to switch on the ignition, do not start the car, the press the switch 5 times within 10 seconds.
The crude way of doing this would be to just use a length of wire plugged into the white plug and then touch the other end onto the Cigar Lighter surround.
If you get it right the Tyre pressure warning lamp on the dash will flash. If not check the connections & try again.
Now you need your activation tool. Starting at the left front hold the activation tool on the tyre by the valve and press the activation button. The tool will indicate when a signal is received & the indicator on the car will flash twice.
Repeat the process moving to Right front, Right rear & finally Left Rear. The indicator will flash twice each time the sensor is successfully activated.
Thatís it ignition off & you are done.