Where is the female TPMS wire plug-in for our juke ?

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    Where is the female TPMS wire plug-in for our juke ?

    Hey guys,

    I am trying to reset my TPMS into learning mode. I have read multiple postings about locate the female TPMS wire plug beside the OBDII plug-in. I have taken the juke apart and still did not locate this female tpms wire plug-in? Anyone have any idea where the female tpms plug located in our juke? Thank you for your help.

    Model: Canadian Model 2013 Nissan Juke SL AWD

    I have attached few pictures and video as my reference.

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    Where is the female TPMS wire plug-in for our juke ?-p1050854.jpg

    This is the female plug-in I am looking for. Damn it, just couldn't find it in my juke! Hopefully you guys will have better idea where is that wire, or maybe that wire don't exist in our juke

    Thx again

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    I could not find one when searching for the plug.
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    Since I have this in my clipboard from pasting into the other TPMS thread, maybe it will help:
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    I am very familiar with this procedure as I have other nissan where the TPMS interface plug is exactly where it is taped to the OBD wire harness.
    I have not found it yet for the Juke.
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