Background: Vehicle in question is my 2010 Tesla Roadster Sport 2.0 which is about to get a new set of shoes (wheels/tires/TPMS are all entirely new-- a thread about this forthcoming). In doing my homework on here it appears that the TPMS in my car (433mhz baolong style) will need to be programmed. Having owned dozens of cars before, I've seen all variations. Many VW/Audi cars just find the four sensors automatically, no programming needed. Some cars use ABS sensors too. But of course some cars, like our old Nissan Leaf, needed to be programmed with the serial number of the four sensors. That much I get..... Question: Rather than having to visit the Tesla service center, can this be done DIY? My car has a OVMS system (the latest v3 box on the latest software). Is there a command line in the shell that might allow for these serial numbers to be programmed? If not, can this feature be added? Sidebar: It is my understanding that the programming of the Roadster is the proprietary part. That makes sense, since the cable is unique-- but since the OVMS is using that cable, it seems like ti SHOULD be feasible. Worse case I'll just let the local SC take care of scanning them for me (they said they could/would do this) -- it is all of but 2 miles away -- but if the serial #s are listed on my receipt then I'd prefer to DIY. Thanks in advance for any help!