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    Iidtool and TPMS

    Hello all is there anywhere in the gap tool menus where you can adjust the TPMS settings. I canít find it anywhere. Looking to have it set at around 20psi before it sends me a warning that I have a flat tire.
    2010 D4 3litre twin turbo brand new motor 5km old on a 100,000km car. Kaymar rear bar, ARB front bar, Hannibal roof rack, Hella Predator Spot lights, long rand fuel tank, Traxide battery management. touring weapon.

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    Not sure if the Gap tool can do it, but it certainly can be edited in the CCF. The following parameters appear to be available for edit:
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Hard Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Hard Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Over Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Over Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Soft Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Soft Light Load 0
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Hard Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Hard Light Load 0
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Over Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Over Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Soft Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Soft Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Hard Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Over Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Soft Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Soft Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Soft Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Soft Light Load
    TPMS Spare Wheel
    TPMS Target Front Heavy Load
    TPMS Target Front Light Load
    TPMS Target Rear Heavy Load
    TPMS Target Rear Light Load
    TPMS Target Spare Heavy Load
    TPMS Target Spare Light Load
    Tyre Aspect Ratio
    Tyre Dynamic Rolling Radius LSB
    Tyre Dynamic Rolling Radius MSB
    Tyre Pressure Mode System
    Tyre Pressure Monitor / Warning System
    Tyre Pressure Monitor Switchable Pressures Push Button
    Tyre Pressure Monitor System Transmitter Frequency 315MHz
    Tyre Width 255 mm
    Tyre circumference Rolling circumference - 2365 mm
    Tyre dimension 255/55 R19 AT
    Wheel Rim Diameter 19 inch
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    2013 D4 expedition equipped
    1966 Army engineering trailer
    (previously SII 2.25 swb, SIII 2.25 swb & lwb, P38 Vogue, 1993 LSE HS2.8)

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    Perfect thanks heaps will go and have a look and see if they can be altered
    2010 D4 3litre twin turbo brand new motor 5km old on a 100,000km car. Kaymar rear bar, ARB front bar, Hannibal roof rack, Hella Predator Spot lights, long rand fuel tank, Traxide battery management. touring weapon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DieselLSE View Post
    Not sure if the Gap tool can do it, but it certainly can be edited in the CCF. The following parameters appear to be available for edit:
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Hard Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Hard Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Over Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Over Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Soft Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Front Soft Light Load 0
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Hard Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Hard Light Load 0
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Over Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Over Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Soft Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Rear Soft Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Hard Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Over Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Soft Heavy Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Soft Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Soft Light Load
    TPMS Allowable Deviation Spare Soft Light Load
    TPMS Spare Wheel
    TPMS Target Front Heavy Load
    TPMS Target Front Light Load
    TPMS Target Rear Heavy Load
    TPMS Target Rear Light Load
    TPMS Target Spare Heavy Load
    TPMS Target Spare Light Load
    Tyre Aspect Ratio
    Tyre Dynamic Rolling Radius LSB
    Tyre Dynamic Rolling Radius MSB
    Tyre Pressure Mode System
    Tyre Pressure Monitor / Warning System
    Tyre Pressure Monitor Switchable Pressures Push Button
    Tyre Pressure Monitor System Transmitter Frequency 315MHz
    Tyre Width 255 mm
    Tyre circumference Rolling circumference - 2365 mm
    Tyre dimension 255/55 R19 AT
    Wheel Rim Diameter 19 inch
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    I am sorry I thought I had this all sorted but when I went into the gap to look I canít find a CCF parameter. What does this stand for. And where in the gap tool are these parameters.
    Just been looking and can find them.
    Thanks for your help.
    2010 D4 3litre twin turbo brand new motor 5km old on a 100,000km car. Kaymar rear bar, ARB front bar, Hannibal roof rack, Hella Predator Spot lights, long rand fuel tank, Traxide battery management. touring weapon.

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    CCF stands for the Car Configuration File which is like a list of basic rules that your car's computers refer to. It allows you to edit some parameters from the simple (remove the leading zero from the odometer, setting interior lights off delay time, disabling 3 flash turn signal etc) to the more critical (re-setting speedo offset calibration, re-setting wheel size, re-setting battery type etc).
    I have no knowledge of the Gap tool as I use Nanocom, but I'm sure there will be a procedure for editing your CCF. In the Nanocom world, you access your specific car's as built CCF from their system and make what changes you want and save the file. You then access your in-car CCF and make a back up copy (and compare it to the as-built file just in case the dealer or someone else has made changes). You then download your changed CCF and load into the car. If all goes well, you just drive away with no more to pay.
    Sensible people will start off making minor changes to familiarise themselves with the process and make sure everything works OK. From then on, only ever make one type of change at a time, so it will be easy to back out if you strike a problem.
    2013 D4 expedition equipped
    1966 Army engineering trailer
    (previously SII 2.25 swb, SIII 2.25 swb & lwb, P38 Vogue, 1993 LSE HS2.8)

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    On a GAP tool look for Car Config/BCM-Body Control/TPMS
    Rod

    D4 MY16 TDV6 - LLAMS, Custom Drawers, OL Bar, D697 GOE Rims, Traxide kit, eDiff, Outback Accessories Tank, Frontrunner RWC, IIDtools, Rhino Roof Bars & Platform, Mitch Hitch, TPMS & Safari Snorkel

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    You need to request CCF edit access from Gap by email.

    Scott
    D4 TDV6 MY14 with Llams, 18" Wheels & BFG KO2s, Traxide DBS, Drifta Drawers, Rhino Platform, APT Sliders & compressor plate & Mitch Hitch
    Link to my D4 Build Thread

    Ex '77 RRC 2 door. Long gone but not forgotten.

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