Has anyone had experience with tpms sensors on the Model 3? Will the system recognize 2 sets of tires with tpms (ie. a winter set and a summer set)? Or will they have to be re-programmed each season?
I would expect it too but my Lexus IS 250 needs to have the tires reprogrammed every time I switch from winter to summer tires. Hoping to hear someone that has already experienced this.
I thought I just confirmed that it works, but maybe I misunderstood your question. What do you mean your "tires" have to be reprogrammed? Are you going to have two sets of wheels, one with summer tires and one with winter, and each with its own set of TPMS sensors? If so, I can confirm that works.
Do you know if ANY tpms sensors will work? I know some sensors work at different frequencies. I'm looking at some aftermarket wheels for the winter and they come with sensors that work at 315 MHz but I think (though not sure) model 3 sensors work at 433 MHz.
Good info, thanks! This will make rotating tires myself much easier.Have multiple BMW's with TPMS and getting the model 3 friday. It should "auto detect" where each sensor is located for each wheel when it is "reset" user doesnt have to do anything as it should be able to "triangulate" the location of each sensor in relation to wheel location. These engineers have thought of everything.