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I've got a 2013 Nissan Altima as a rental while my other car is in the body shop. Paid for by the other guuys insurance (Thanks Progressive).

Anyway the TPMS display came on the other night as it's -14F.

It showed which tire was low.

When I filled it up in the dark in the driveway, in the snow, in the cold, it first beeped, then flashed the lights three times and finally honked the horn.

Why can't Hyundai do this? I think the current TPMS on my 2010 and 2008 Hyundais is a piece of crap.
 

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That's a nice feature on the new nissans. the cold really wreaks havoc on TPMS. My Santa fe lets me know which tire is low which is nice. The wife's Subaru..... Not so much. Same with most other makes unfortunately. GM, certain hyundais, nissans and brand new Toyotas will show pressure in each tire.
 

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Tpms programmed this way must be reprogrammed each time tires are rotated.
 
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