ATEQ TPMS Tech Tip: Why Do We Need To Program a TPMS Sensor?
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TPMS Tech Tip: Why Do We Need To Program a TPMS Sensor?

When a TPMS sensor is damaged or the battery dies, it must be replaced. However, before the new sensor IDs can be relearned to the vehicle’s ECU, the new sensor must be programmed.

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When a TPMS sensor is damaged or the battery dies, it must be replaced by an OEM or aftermarket sensor. However, before the new sensor IDs can be relearned to the vehicle’s ECU, the aftermarket sensor must be programmed.

The VT36 and VT56 have the capability to program the highest quality and most well-known aftermarket sensors in the industry.

Depending on the sensor you are working with, you can copy the existing IDs or create new IDs before performing a TPMS relearn.

For a video on this procedure, click HERE.

For more information, visit ateq-tpms.com.

Courtesy of Sheila Stevens, ATEQ TPMS Tool Solutions. 

 

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