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    Quote Originally Posted by markwj View Post
    Is this new? Tesla now selling the tpms reset tool:

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    That's new I think. Don't remember seeing it before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsm363 View Post
    That's new I think. Don't remember seeing it before.
    It actually has been available for some time, but that's definitely new on the web store.
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    I keep stumbling across stuff there. Tesla need a 'new stuff' newsletter.

    Maybe time to setup a scraper for that part of their website.
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    On my 2.5 roadster I don't even see the "tire monitor" on the VDS, even when the handbrake is on.

    Could it be the TPMS is only available on US roadsters and not on European one ?

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    I suppose that's possible. TPMS is mandated in the USA. Canadian Roadsters have them, probably just because they were on the US cars; it isn't required by law.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart Jocqué View Post
    On my 2.5 roadster I don't even see the "tire monitor" on the VDS, even when the handbrake is on.

    Could it be the TPMS is only available on US roadsters and not on European one ?
    TPMS was an option in some markets.
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