It is important to be aware of how your new TPMS will relearn and be accepted to your vehicle.
There are three types of TPMS relearn procedures:
1. Drive & Auto TPMS Relearn
Approximately 40% of vehicles can learn a single new ID and in some
cases multiple new ID’s can be simultaneously auto relearned without the
use of any tools. Some vehicles will require a specific drive time to
extinguish the warning light or for the driver to reset via a procedure
in the manual.
2. Stationary TPMS Relearn
Approximately 25% of vehicles require the use of an activation tool
whilst the car is in relearn mode, and new ID’s can be programmed whilst
the vehicle is stationary.
3. OBD Port – Activation / Scan Tool
Approximately 35% of vehicles will require either an activation tool
in conjunction with a scan tool to program every new sensor. This will
not require the vehicle to be driven.
At the TPMS Warehouse we can advise you how which relearn procedure
will be required, in 99% of vehicles we can pre-program your TPMS
sensors to clone your originals which will ensure an easy Auto-learn