TPMS IDs can now be read and written

In the next release, which we will try to push out really soon, the Tyres screen has been augmented with a section where you can read the IDs of your TPMS valves and write them back. So, if you have a second set of wheels with TPMS valves, simply make sure you know and remember the IDs of the valves, and can write them back in after a change.

At this moment we have no way to let the car reliable learn new valves with unknown IDs, so you need to visit the dealer once more to get to the IDs of your other set of valves, but from then on, you’re done. Also, if you happen to buy after market valves, check the packaging if there is a 6 hex digit ID printed. Might save you a dealer visit.

If you have TPMS, our advice is to read out the IDs as soon as the next release is out and store a screenshot somewhere.

Thanks bjaolsen for the information and Richard for letting me try this on your car.

20 comments on “TPMS IDs can now be read and written
  1. Jonas says:

    Ahhh, fantastic!
    (Or is this to good to be true?!)

  2. Johan says:

    Wonderful !!!!

  3. Tobbe says:

    Great news. Here in Sweden where everbybody use 2 set of tires this has been a real problem. When i changed to winter tires I had to visit my workshop 3 times before I got rid of the “check tire pressure sensors” warning.

    • Jeroen Meijer says:

      hah, no, not to be too good to be true. At least I was able to modify, read modified, modify back, read modified back, then tested and worked. A nice bottle of whisky is appreciated πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  4. Richard Bak says:

    And the tire pressure also shows after driving a bit.

  5. Albert Bino says:

    Oh great, I’m glad, looks meaningful (thumbs up)
    I currently have a problem with the TMPS in the rear right tire. CanZE does not display a value. Now I swapped the rear right wheel for the front right wheel. Furthermore, no value is displayed in the back right! Does the Zoe have four individual receivers or a central receiver? I’m not clear now what is broken, the TMPS in one wheel or the receiver in the car?

    • Jeroen Meijer says:

      As far as I know there is only one receiver. Sounds like your valves are failing. Maybe the batteries are shot πŸ™

    • Rudi42 says:

      The label “rear right wheel” or “left front wheel” is arbitrary and is assigned when you fill in the tire sensor ID number. Although there is only one sensor receiver, the four wheels with their sensor IDs are listed in the car software status. In difference to other cars, the ZOE software only supports 4 sensors, and not 4 for summer and 4 for winter tires. So, you have to assign the same numbers to the summer and the winter tires to avoid problems when you change the tires.
      I avoided the problems by choosing sensors which can be cloned. With those sensors, my summer tires have IDs copied from the winter tires and the car receiver does not notes any difference.

  6. Uffe says:

    Hi!
    I don’t get it working on an iPhone. Do I do something wrong or should it not work?

  7. David Fransson says:

    When can we expect the next release including TPMS ID read/write?

  8. Atle Rinvoll says:

    When will this be supported for iOS? Newest iOS version of CanZE is 3.0.1.

  9. Borut says:

    I have swapped front and rear tires and now the tmps does not work
    I can read id codes in canze
    but cannot write them
    Can you help me?

    • Jeroen Meijer says:

      Hardly, because the car doesn’t know which tyre is actually where: the car has ONE antenna and the tyres are hopefully set in a way that their ID matches their position, but if now, there is no way to know, or actually care. If you only swapped the wheels (as opposed to changing them to another set), there is no need to reprogram the car at all. In that scenario, I have no clue why the TPMS would not recognize your tyres, as all four are “close to the car”.

  10. Egidijus says:

    Hi, I can read id codes and write them. But even after I write them canze doesn’t show preasure, always shows 0, even after driving. What can be wrong?

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