This is some information that I compiled from Myg37.com by "Modme" and a couple of other members replies. I haven't tried it yet. I got a set of custom rims and OEM tires with the OEM TPMS from a 2010 g37 that were already mounted and balanced. The front tires are a tad smaller than my 2007 M45 Sport and the off set is a little different. The front tires look like they are the same off set, but the rears stick out about a half inch farther. The price was right so I put them on. The car drives great with the wheel package and I haven't noticed any anomalies. I have driven about 500 miles and the TPMS won't link-up, like they do after a few days when I rotate the original tires. I called the Stealership and they told me that they don't know if they can link up the g37 TPMS with my car and I just have to bring them in and they will try. The parts guy did say that the two cars show a different part number for each car's TPMS, but that they might still link up.
When I get a chance I'm going to try the below instructions that I cut and pasted: If anyone has had any luck with the different TPMS, let me know. I'll update too after I get a chance to try it.
This is where I got the info with some pics.
http://www.myg37.com/forums/d-i-y-insta ... -free.html
"This method will work with any set of new TPMS as long as they are the Shrader brand sensors used by Nissan/Infiniti. When you set the car to learning mode, it is actively looking for signals sent by the sensors. When it finds them at the correct pressure, it registers these 4 sensors and remembers it. When you put on a different set of wheels, you will have to do this process again."
FWIW, for those who had problem here is what I found out. After pressing the Start button twice to be in the ON position I had to immediately start grounding the connector. If I waited more than a few seconds to start the process the light was lit solid.
After visiting the dealer today to reset/program my 19" sport wheels I just put on I observed what the Tech was doing I went home and did further investigating.Here is what I found.
It seems that every Nissan/Infiniti Equipt with OEM Schrader TPMS you can RESET/RELEARN anytime you want.
Step 1: Set the tires to the following pressures, they have to be exact:
Tire position Tire pressure kPa (kg/cm2, psi)
Front LH 240 (2.4, 34)
Front RH 220 (2.2, 31)
Rear RH 200 (2.0, 29)
Rear LH 180 (1.8, 26)
Step 2: Locate the TPMS interface plug. This is a white female plug that is attached to the OBD II wire loom under the dash right about where your left knee would be when sitting in the driver's seat. You may have to cut the tape that is holding the TPMS interface plug to the OBD II wire loom.I found mine 4 inches up and to the left inside the fuse box near your left knee.It is very short versus other vehicles I looked at. After you locate the white 2 pin connecter youll see it only has 1 wire in it.I think the wire is Yellow or white.Just stick a paper clip or small wire into the that 1 wire and tap it to a ground.I used my steering colum as it was in the area and a real ground. remember not all metal there is a ground.
Step 3: Attach a paper clip or wire into the interface plug.
Step 4: Put your key in the ignition and turn it to the last click before the engine starts.Or push the push start button twice. This is the KOEO position (Key On, Engine Off).
Step 5: Tap the end of the paper clip on any exposed ground (metal) 6 times within 10 seconds of turning ignition on.Make sure it is a real ground and not just any metal you find.
Step 6: If you completed step 5 then the TPMS warning light will start to slowly flash and you have activated the TPMS relearn process. If it flashes fast that's not right. If yours isn't flashing slowly then check your connections, turn the ignition off and start over at step 4.
Step 7: Once you confirm the lights do not stop flashing, step on the brake and start the car. Do not turn the car to OFF position. Start driving >25mph until the light goes out. It could take as long as ten minutes.
Step 8: The light will quickly come back on due to the low tire pressures. Refill your tires to the correct pressure.
I did it in a different way.
1) Start the engine. ( Yes , engine is running)
2) Grounding the wire 5 times triggers the blinking.
3) Drive the car for 15 min. with the different pressures in each tires.
4) Tpms light off.
5) put back proper pressure on tires. Done.
Set the tires to the following pressures, they have to be exact:
Tire position kPa bar kg/cm2 PSI
front left 240 2.40 2.45 34.8
front right 220 2.20 2.24 31.9
rear right 200 2.00 2.04 29.0
rear left 180 1.80 1.84 26.1
Locate the TPMS interface socket. This is a white female connector that is attached to a white (or yellow) wire attached to the OBD II wire loom under the dash right about where your left knee would be when sitting in the driver's seat. You may have to cut the tape that is holding the TPMS interface socket to the OBD II wire loom.
Attach a paper clip or wire into the interface plug.
Start the engine.
Tap the end of the paper clip or wire on any exposed ground (metal) 5 times within 10 seconds.
If you completed the previous step correctly then the TPMS warning light will start to flash slowly: you have activated the TPMS relearn process. If it flashes fast, that's not right. If yours isn't flashing slowly, then check your connections, turn the ignition off and start over at step 4.
Once you confirm the lights do not stop flashing (wait more than a minute; two minutes is good), start driving at at least 25 MPH until the light goes out. It could take as long as ten minutes.
Inflate tires to 230 kPa (33.4 PSI) so the light doesn't come on to indicate that some of your tires are low. You might be able to drive 6 miles or more before light will come back on due to low tire pressure. If the light does come back on due to low tire pressures, go ahead and reinflate them and the light will probably turn off later once the tire pressures are acceptable.