Tire Pressure not being displayed

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OrangeJulius

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Two weeks of light driving of our new Model 3, and so far the only issue/error we've noticed is the lack of tire pressure display in the "Cards" section of the screen (for any wheel). The car image is there, but nothing else. :(

Is anyone else experiencing this phenomenon?

Software is at 2018.24.1 12dd099
 

RIP_OPEC

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Two weeks of light driving of our new Model 3, and so far the only issue/error we've noticed is the lack of tire pressure display in the "Cards" section of the screen (for any wheel). The car image is there, but nothing else. :(

Is anyone else experiencing this phenomenon?

Software is at 2018.24.1 12dd099
You have to drive a couple miles for it to show the tire pressure.
 

garsh

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Thanks. I didn’t see that useful piece of information in the owner’s manual. Did I miss it?
It's the way all in-tire TPMS sensors work. They go to sleep when the car isn't moving. They wake up in a few seconds when the car starts moving quickly enough.

From personal experience, traveling less than 10 mph isn't enough to wake them up.