Yes I did it, but look like it's different for 2017 Frontier. On youtube or in the tread here, when you put the key on and all light are on, the tpms light is not suposse to blink. Mine blink. After grounding 6 times , non change still blinking.
It's why I ask for a diffrent procedure for 2017 Frontier? Or someone can confirm it's the same as older version.
Ok I just read your post on the "Reset your TPSM it works" thread:
I brought a other set of OEM wheels with winter tires. I dont want to go at the dealer each times i have to change summer et winter wheels. It's why i want to do myself.
I have a 2012 Frontier with the original OEM 2012 rims and OEM TPMS and a additional set of OEM 2014 rims and OEM TPMS. I swap these two sets of rims every fall and spring and do this " Reset TPMS Warning By Yourself - IT WORKS" procedure and it works every time.
Although sometimes when I do the "Reset your TPSM it works" procedure , I have had difficulties from myself missing a step or not doing something just perfect. I then go back and re-read the procedure and keep trying.
As a guess I would say there is no difference in your 2017 model , but I really dont know as I have a 2012 Model , I can say the nissan Frontier has been basically the same truck since 2005.
You mentioned you bought an additional set of EOM wheels/rims with winter tires.
I guessing you swapped the additional set of EOM wheels/rims with winter tires onto your truck. If this is the case and the "Reset your TPSM it works" procedure does not work. My question to you is..... did you purchase the additional set of EOM wheels/rims with winter tires "Used"... question being are the TPSM sensors old in age ? Maybe the batteries in the TPSM sensors are bad ?