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Banks iDash SuperGauge TPMS Question

Discussion in 'General Tundra Discussion' started by aelarson, Feb 23, 2022.

  1. Feb 23, 2022 at 2:39 PM
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    I am looking to add a digital display in my truck that can show TPMS at each wheel for my 2011 SR5 Crewmax. I stumbled upon the Banks iDash SuperGauge - seems perfect for what I am looking for. Shows a ton of data, can reset codes, can nicely integrate into the interior, etc.

    However, after finding the parameter list on their website along with a call into Banks, it looks like TPMS info cannot be displayed on the unit. The gentleman I spoke with at Banks said that if TPMS data can be transmitted through the OBDII - Mode 1, they should be able to display it on the iDash SuperGauge, but "they don't have the ability to research every vehicle".

    Does anyone have any first hand experience with the Banks iDash SuperGauge or know if TPMS can be be transmitted through OBDII - Mode 1? I'd love to pull the trigger on this, but not interested unless I can see TPMS readouts (all of the other functionality is an additional perk). Any help is appreciated - Thanks!

    Different Gauge Layouts:
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    Toyota Parameter List:
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  2. Mar 1, 2022 at 9:54 AM
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    Don’t be so lazy, just get out and check the air in your tires once a month. Come on man
     
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    Seems a little harsh for someone you don't know - I tend find myself rather active, not lazy. Not to mention, your comments are unproductive for my thread and the forum, come on man.

    I check my tire pressures before any long trip - top off as needed. However, you can't "get out and check your tires" while you're driving 75mph down the highway.
     
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    I have the exact same desire to see tire pressures (and ideally temps too) on the fly. It would give me much extra peace of mind while towing, to know how the trucks tires are doing in addition to the trailer (which I do have).

    Doesn't sound like there is much hope from the lack of input thus far... Yet I feel compelled to provide a hopeful bump.
     
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    It’s not possible to do.
    TPMS is on a completely different network and you can’t be connected to both at the same time (or at least I have not found a way).

    I use an OBDLinkMX+ I have to disconnect from the OBDII network and reconnect to the TPMS network.

    It takes all of 25 seconds to do but still a pain when driving.

    Likely will just buy one of these.
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CH4Y68Y2
     
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  7. Feb 28, 2024 at 3:31 PM
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    Scan Gauge III does alot of the parameters the Banks shown above, including TPMS and tire temp at each wheel. Unfortunately neither the Banks, nor the SG III, monitor oil temp and pressure, which I was hoping the SGIII did. I just downloaded the latest software for the SG just today and still nfg. Seeing that the Banks doesn’t do it either leads me to believe Toyota never set it up as it did the other features. Which blows. My truck is a ‘21 fwiw.
     
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    Thank you for the heads up on Scan Guage supporting tire temps and pressures. Too bad for Banks.

    Looks like an SG2 will be my best option as the size seems to play better with mounting spots in the 2nd gen Tundra. The SG3 just seems too large, like it would either be in the way, or tacked onto the dash in a conspicuous way.
     
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    @COTundie here’s a few pics of my current mount and what I’m monitoring. Last pic is where I think I’m going to move it as I don’t really dig it so close to the ds window. I fabricated the visor just to keep the gauges reflection off the windshield as it was pretty distracting.
    IMG_8483.jpg IMG_8484.jpg IMG_8485.jpg IMG_8487.jpg IMG_8488.jpg
     
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    I definitely dig that, and was looking at Banks ideally as there is a pod mount for the steering column I like.

    But if Banks can't get the TPMS info displayed for me, I have no choice but to go with an X-gauge supported product.

    When towing, I just want tire info and the trans temp. The rest are just fun doodads to me.
     
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