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Offline TTSE14

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Re: Again...Low Voltage warning
« Reply #8 on: June 15, 2018, 05:39:26 AM »
Not only do I get the low voltage warning on start-up, in cooler ambient temperatures I get the low battery warning for the front and rear TPMS sensors.  I'm also in agreement that this is a software/firmware issue; not an actual problem with either the starting battery or the TPMS sensor batteries.  The threshold calibration for determining too low a voltage has been set too sensitively.
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Re: Again...Low Voltage warning
« Reply #9 on: June 15, 2018, 07:30:44 AM »
*Originally Posted by TTSE14 [+]
Not only do I get the low voltage warning on start-up, in cooler ambient temperatures I get the low battery warning for the front and rear TPMS sensors.  I'm also in agreement that this is a software/firmware issue; not an actual problem with either the starting battery or the TPMS sensor batteries.  The threshold calibration for determining too low a voltage has been set too sensitively.

My thoughts exactly,.....anyone know how to 'hack' into  such a system and alter those settings?
Possibly a task that the chaps who invented the Dealertool could do??