On Discovery 3 and Range Rover Sport up to 2009
Remove the wheel sensors and disable the TPMS in the CCF. You can also leave the sensors and disconnect the fuse. This will however disable both the TPMS and parking aid (PAM) ECUs. Else, disconnect the TPMS ECU itself (in the center of the headliner) and redo the CAN connections (pass through).
On Range Rover up to 2009
Remove the TPMS fuse and disable the TPMS in the CCF.