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Lexus LS 600H 2007-2012 Replacement TPMS Sensor

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Replacement Huf IntelliSens for Lexus LS600H 2007-2012

SKU: Lexus LS600H 07-17 Category: Tag:

Description

Replacement Huf IntelliSens for Lexus LS600H

2007-2012

OEM Part number – 42607-50010

Huf Clamp-In TPMS Sensor
Huf-Clamp-in universal TPMS sensor

Huf IntelliSens 433Mhz

Manufactured by Huf (formerly Beru)

Frequency 433 MHz

The IntelliSens is the direct-measurement universal sensor from Huf offering the greatest accuracy and compatible with the systems of all car models. The universal sensor is a pre-programmed sensor for direct-measurement tire pressure monitoring systems. All of the information needed is already on the sensor and only has to be configured. The technical design of the configurable sensor cuts down on installation time, and the waiting time is shortened even further when the IntelliSens is installed during tire changes – for instance, when switching between summer and winter tires.

IntelliSens Logo

Torque Nut: 4Nm-35in-lbs

Torque Screw: 4Nm-35in-lbs
Torque Core: 0.5Nm-4in-lbs

 


Please refer to the relearning procedure below

Relearn procedure: OBD + Programming tool

Use copy/clone to avoid the relearn. Alternatively, a scan tool is required for OBD relearn.

(More information on cloning can be found on our FAQ page or by Phoning us on 01254301021)

  • NOTE: If Vehicle is equipped with a Main/2nd selection switch, ensure the switch matches the position you intend to Write IDs to
  • Ensure Ignition is turned OFF and apply Parking brake
  • Inflate tyres to the correct pressure
  • Read all sensor IDs using tool
  • Turn Ignition ON
  • Connect tool to OBD II port
  • Continue through the process, until tool indicates relearn successful
  • After writing IDs, leave vehicle Ignition in the ON position and disconnect the Tool
  • Use the escape key to select the Vehicle Menu and press “Test Sensors”
  • Re-read all 4 IDs
  • Ensure TPMS light is OFF
  • After writing IDs, disconnect tool and re-activate Sensors with ignition ON