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Old 10-31-2012, 02:27 PM   #11
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It depends on what type of tire pressure monitoring system you have. On my 2001 Bonneville low tire pressure is detected by the wheel speed sensors that detect differences in rotational speeds from one wheel to the others. There is no transmission, therefore no relationship to the receiver for the FOB commands. Other vehicles have TPMS transmitters in each wheel that actually transmit a signal to a receiver with tire pressure status. As far as I know, the receiver on those vehicles for TPMS will be a common receiver to the remote FOB transmitter.
So, even a badly worn single tire can cause the DIC to alert you to a possible low tire inflation correct?
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Thanks for the reply. I think it'* the system you have in the Bonneville is the same on Grand Am'*.
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So, even a badly worn single tire can cause the DIC to alert you to a possible low tire inflation correct?

In theory yes, but I don't know how sensitive the system is and whether or not it would detect a difference in tire wear.
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Thanks for the reply. I think it'* the system you have in the Bonneville is the same on Grand Am'*.

Yes, I believe that is correct.
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seems most models went to the in wheel sensors 05-06ish my 07 has them and my previous 04 didnt. the wheel speed one is a pain its always messed up or needs reset.
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Always good to know what has changed, and try to keep up with it all. You never know when this info could help someone else down the line. Thanks again for the responses.
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