This might sound archaic but how about bringing the car in to your local dealer and have them fix your wheel sensors? Just a thought.....My probles is that the tire sensors are not ok, because when i drift, and turn the wheels, the car does not recogniza de tire sensor for a sec, and active handling comes on becuase the computer thinks that the tyre is flat. thas my problem. and know the back right tire sensor says that the tyre is flat, and the tyre its ok, so i cant put competitive mode. any help please. How can i reset tyre sensors? thanks
Interesting point, but I am not sure that I agree.How TPM functions greatly changed so you cannot compare how it worked for a C5 and even 2005-2007 C6 TPM works differently then what the feds now require since 2008 models
Maybe since he is "drifting" with the wheels sliding sideways effects the speed which has to be above 25 MPH for TPM sensors
I don't track my car but I can see how this might benefit the track rats. Thanks for the tip!You've probably figured this out already but I hadn't so hear you go.
To turn off the active handling all you have to do is unplug the steering wheel position sensor. Very quick, very easy, no more problems with TPMS and other bullshit electric nannies. ABS still works and you still have the option to use or turn off Traction Control.
Some people here have commented "fix it" "take it to a dealer" ect. There are reasons that isn't an option.
You want to change wheels to run racing tires, snow tires, a tire pressure sensor has gone bad and you don't want to spend $130 to get it replaced right now.
For some reason when its cold outside it takes 15 minutes for my tire pressure sensors to work.