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ATEQ TPMS Quickset Tool

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Price: $144.99
Every TPMS sensor has an individual Electronic Serial Number (ESN). Each time you change your Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) sensors you must re-learn the sensors ESN's into the cars Electronic Control Unit (ECU). Many of vehicles can be put into learn mode through steps outlined in your owners manual. However, most vehicles manufactured by Japanese makers (Toyota, Honda, Nissan etc.) require an electonic tool.
For a full listing of vehicles which require an electronic reset tool please visit this location:
ATEQ's TPM Quickset is the first DIY Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) re-learn tool. It is a PC based tool. Simply follow the 5 easy steps below.

1. Load the software on your PC by following the on screan instructions

2. Input in your sensors ESN's into the software.

3. Connect the On Board Diagnostic (OBD) adapter to your computer with the USB cable.

4. Load the ESN's into the OBD adapter.

5. Connect the OBD adapter to the ODB plug under your dash and with the press on one button your ESN's will be loaded into your cars ECU.

The complete instruction manual is available at our web site

Product Reviews

(10 Ratings, 5 Reviews) Average Rating:
what is up with this product?
t t (Vernon, CT) 12/12/2012 4:57 PM
it doesnt say out of stock but it also doesnt have a buy it button what is with this item?
Great Product
Eugenio Picado (Ile-Bizard, QC) 8/9/2011 6:44 AM
Bought this product when purchased 2011 Toyota RAV4 Sport w/ Sport Appearance Package. Since I have no rear wheel on the door, it's important to always have TPMS working. I was able to easily program the 2 sets of wheels and have the car recognize them and swap easily. Had a glitch @ start but the support was great and quick to fix my glitch. I'd recommend it to anyone, and it saves costs since Toyota charges too much to reset every season. Happy customer !
where can u find the tpms esn ?
zino ramirez (honolulu, HI) 11/12/2010 9:04 PM
have a honda crv 2008 where can i find the electronic serial number in my TPMS, there the 7 numbers and 10 numbers which one is which?
Do it yourselfer
John Kotarba (Grayslake, IL) 9/28/2010 3:51 PM
Tool came in yesterday. Had to update drivers for Win 7 64 bit computer. After update tool works great. One of the best tools I bought. Toyota wanted $125 to reset my sensors. now with this tools, I'm in control. now to only find an affordable tool to read the sensor serial number. I highly recommend this tool. John
Toyota Sienna 2009
Donald Abernathy (Pepperell, MA) 5/19/2010 5:20 AM
Bought this product for a Toyota Sienna, had issues at first, but working with ATEQ, they were able to resolve the issues and I was able to get it to read the Sienna codes. I also tried it on a 2010 Toyota Tacoma, and it was able to read the codes. I plan to swap to winter tires in the fall, will upate again later.
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