TPMS Reset: Porsche Cayman 2006-2012 Tire Pressure Sensor

TPMS Reset-Porsche Cayman 2006-2012 Tire Pressure Sensor

Porsche Cayman 2006-2012 Tire Pressure Monitoring System TPMS Reset

Easy to follow procedure on how to reset/relearn the TPMS service maintenance indicator warning light on Porsche Cayman for the year 2006 and 2012.

No special tools are required to perform this relearn procedure.

 

Sensor Relearn Procedure:

1. Inflate all tires to pressure listed on tire placard.

2. Turn the ignition to the ON position with the engine OFF.

3. Under the Main Menu, select TPCC/TPM.

4. Select “Pressure”.

5. Select “Settings” or “Adjust”.

6. Select Tire Type and Size

7. Drive the vehicle for up to 30 minutes at a speed of 30 MPH, or more in order for the system to learn the new sensor IDs or tire pressures.

NOTES: Before driving, wake up each sensor while the engine is running by dropping the tire pressure more than 5 psi, then reinflate to the placard pressure.

 

 

About Porsche Cayman

The Porsche Boxster and Cayman are mid-engine two-seater sports cars manufactured and marketed by German automobile manufacturer Porsche across four generations — as a 2-door, 2-seater roadster (Boxster) and a 3-door, 2-seater fastback coupé (Cayman).

The first generation Boxster was introduced in 1996; the second generation Boxster and the Cayman arrived in late 2005; and the third generation launched in 2012. Since the introduction of the fourth generation in 2016, the two models have been marketed as the Porsche 718 Boxster and Porsche 718 Cayman.

The nameplate Boxster is a portmanteau of boxer, a reference to its flat or boxer engine, and roadster, a reference to the body style. The nameplate Cayman is an alternative spelling of caiman, a member of the alligator family.

The Porsche Boxster is a mid-engine two-seater roadster. It was Porsche’s first road vehicle to be originally designed as a roadster since the 914. The first-generation Boxster (the 986) was introduced in late 1996; it was powered by a 2.5-litre flat six-cylinder engine. The design was heavily influenced by the 1993 Boxster Concept. In 2000, the base model was upgraded to a 2.7-litre engine and a new Boxster S variant was introduced with a 3.2-litre engine. In 2003, styling and engine output was upgraded on both variants.

Production of the 986 began at the former 928 facility in Stuttgart, Germany in 1996. Valmet Automotive also manufactured Boxsters under contract to Porsche at a facility in Uusikaupunki, Finland. The Boxster was Porsche’s biggest volume seller from its introduction in 1996 until the introduction of the Cayenne sport utility vehicle in 2003. As of September 2012, additional production of the Boxster started at the former Karmann-factory in Osnabrück.

In 2005, Porsche debuted the second generation of the Boxster, the type 987, with a more powerful engine and styling inspired by the Carrera GT. Engine output increased in 2007, when the Boxster models received the engines from their corresponding Cayman variants. In 2009, the Boxster models received several new cosmetic and mechanical upgrades, further increasing engine output and performance. The third generation Boxster (type 981) was launched at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

First launched in the 2006 model year, the Cayman is a coupé derived from Porsche’s second and third generation Boxster roadster, styled in its first iteration by Pinky Lai. All Caymans were manufactured in Finland by Valmet Automotive. As Volkswagen assumed control of Porsche AG, production of Caymans and Boxsters after 2012 began in the former Karmann plant in Osnabrück, Germany, at the time owned by Volkswagen and also used for production of the 2012 Golf (Mk6) convertible.

The car is not named after the Cayman Islands. Both the car and the islands are named after the caiman, a member of the alligator family. When the Cayman arrived at dealerships for sale, the automaker adopted four caimans at Stuttgart’s Wilhelma Zoo.

Porsche brought an infringement lawsuit in 2009 against Crocs, the maker of the popular rubber shoes. At issue was the footwear company’s clog name also called Cayman. An injunction was granted against Crocs Europe, a division of the Longmont, Colorado-based shoe company preventing their use in Germany of the Cayman name. (Source Wiki)

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