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Schrader Bridgeport is the Original Equipment Manufacture of the TPMS for Nissan and many other brands of vehicles.

Use the links below to find replacement sensors and service kits.

Schrader Bridgeport Part Look Up: http://www.schrader-bridgeport.com/part_locator/index.cfm

Find Nissan Part Number: http://www.alltiresupply.com/c-TPMS.html
Enter the SB part number in the search box.

Quick Application Chart: http://www.alltiresupply.com/prochures/tpmschart1/tpms-chart.html
Search Nissan.

Where to buy: http://www.schrader-bridgeport.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=40&Itemid=119
 

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I wish I could find a way to shut them off. With my aftermarket wheels the just don't work right and I am so tired of seeing that stupid tire lit up on my dash!
 

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I wish I could find a way to shut them off. With my aftermarket wheels the just don't work right and I am so tired of seeing that stupid tire lit up on my dash!
It is getto, but you can always pop off the instrument cluster lens and put a small piece of black electrical tape over the light.
 

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It is getto, but you can always pop off the instrument cluster lens and put a small piece of black electrical tape over the light.
LOL, yeah thats pretty ghetto all right!
 

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How exactly do you turn off the TPMS? I am just curious because I filled all tires to 35psi and the damn thing will not turn off???
 

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How exactly do you turn off the TPMS? I am just curious because I filled all tires to 35psi and the damn thing will not turn off???
you have to run it for a few miles and it will shut off itself, that is unless its like mine (aftermarket wheels) and just stays on all the time!
 

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you have to run it for a few miles and it will shut off itself, that is unless its like mine (aftermarket wheels) and just stays on all the time!
Yours stays on all the time?
I am running with out any TPMS right now, and the light comes on after 30 miles or so, but when i kill the engine it will turn off until i drive 30mi or so and the light comes on again.

Sounds like your have lost programming.
 

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Yours stays on all the time?
I am running with out any TPMS right now, and the light comes on after 30 miles or so, but when i kill the engine it will turn off until i drive 30mi or so and the light comes on again.

Sounds like your have lost programming.
mine used to do that, now its on all the time
 

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I have stock wheels and tires (never had aftermarket) and ever since I had brand new tires in the front installed, it NEVER turns off regardless of driving distance. It has been several months now.
 

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Possibly damaged then. They do not need any reset to just change tires or position. Check with the tire shop, most can reset them now, but not all. Tools to program can be pretty expensive.

I did finally see a post about a month ago on Manual Reset with a Paperclip, but it was an extremely complicated procedure to do so. I would not bother with it. Nissan did us bad with the version we got. Many cars can self program now.
 

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^^ Yeah, I figured... Thanks for all the help everyone. Hell, my girlfriends 2006 Toyota Scion has a button you hit in the glove compartment to reset the TPMS.... Thanks Nissan... LOL
 
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