Kia Sportage 2014-2015 Replacement TPMS Sensor

£45.60 inc VAT

Replacement Huf IntelliSens for Kia Sportage Apr/2014 – Dec/2015

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SKU: Kia Sportage 14-15 Category: Tag:

Description

Replacement Huf IntelliSens for Kia Sportage

Apr/2014 – Dec/2015

Split year may have Lo-Line or Hi-Line TPMS display system, check part number or phone 01254 301021 (this sensor will fit both, but relearn may be different) More information on Hi-line/Lo-line can be found on our FAQ page

OEM Part number – 52933-2S400 (Lo-Line display system)

OEM Part number – 52933-2Y450 (Hi-Line display system)

 

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.

Torque Nut: 4Nm-35in-lbs

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

 


Please refer to the relearning procedure below

Lo-Line

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)

  • Ensure ignition is turned OFF and apply parking brake
  • Inflate tyres to correct pressure
  • Following on tool prompts, read all sensor IDs using tool
  • Turn ignition ON
  • Following on tool prompts, connect tool to OBD II port
  • Tool will prompt you to ensure the ignition is ON/Engine is OFF.
  • Following the prompts, continue through the process until tool indicates relearn successful

Hi-Line

Relearn procedure: Drive

  • Apply parking brake
  • Inflate tyres to correct pressure
  • If replacement sensors have been fitted, ensure sensor “Mode” is set to “Park”.
  • Sensors for this vehicle that show “Park” or “Drive” when read are already in the correct mode, otherwise use the “Set to Park” command in the Relearn Toolkit
  • Vehicle may need to be stationary for 20 minutes before driving
  • Drive vehicle above 24 kmh (15mph) for 20 minutes