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If you have an old TS401 laying around dust that baby off and run the latest update. Because now you can program Autel's newest 1-Sensor. With the TS401 you can auto create and copy by activation with this dual frequency sensor. Not sponsored by Autel, just me trying to help you out! Check out my other videos also: MaxiSys Tool Videos: Autel MaxiSys Shop Manager: https://youtu.be/GsHThlEU35s Autel MaxiSys Pre and Post Scan Report: https://youtu.be/N-qVuGBe9no MaxiSys Printer Setup: https://youtu.be/pkVAqng4cJs Cobalt BCM programming: https://youtu.be/TjoDvDMDNB8 Cadillac CTS Traction control fix: https://youtu.be/lWQumweU8uM Autel MaxiSys Registration and update: https://youtu.be/jDp_ibhocdk Autel MaxiSys Updates and How to Redeem: https://youtu.be/CS8Qrtze8qg MaxiSys Line of Tools Explanation: https://youtu.be/9KowI4jCwH8 MaxiSys won't update: https://youtu.be/wC6gG6nYBE8 Autel MaxiSys Battery Care: https://youtu.be/rKL-bu8nyBI Update using Autel Maxi PC Suite: https://youtu.be/xAKEvaUvzdM BMW Battery upgrade, and registration with Autel MS908P: https://youtu.be/PnVg8KCF7KE Autel TPMS Videos: TPMS Relearn Function TS508: https://youtu.be/Y_96x2s84o8 MX Sensor Programming TS508: https://youtu.be/QTZ_6LW3W_4 Introduction of MaxiTPMS TS508: https://youtu.be/CDTUc5JBnaQ Causes and Resolution for TPMS MIL: https://youtu.be/LeTjpZm8J30 Autel TS401, how to program MX sensors: https://youtu.be/vwMxHx8WoYw How to update your Autel Autolink and TS401 tools: https://youtu.be/5FOV5mUuiG0 How to update Autel Autolink and MaxiTPMS with SD card: https://youtu.be/bPS8fZH7Edg Battery Registration using Autel TS608: https://youtu.be/B0P3r5ZK3rs Other Tools: MD808P Oil sending unit: https://youtu.be/vMfkwR_3bXY
Break the seal on your tire to install new TPMS sensors yourself without needing to balance your tires again after. Do this if you are replacing an existing TPMS sensor, or if you are adding a sensor where you had a regular rubber valve before. http://www.gabeshacks.com/2016/11/install-new-tpms-sensors-in-your-tires.html I am installing Autel MX Sensors in my winter tires. In my previous video, I showed you how to program these sensors. If you missed that, watch it here: https://youtu.be/N6p6xV4PlHc You can order these sensors online: 315MHz MX Sensor Metal stem (eBay - from China): https://goo.gl/ez6H7N Metal stem (Amazon.com - shipped from US): http://amzn.to/2iKrjxa Rubber stem (eBay - from China): https://goo.gl/fD8Byy 443MHz MX Sensor Metal stem (eBay - from China): https://goo.gl/Jhx2J3 Metal stem (Amazon.com - shipped from US): http://amzn.to/2iHRgzM Rubber stem (eBay - from China): https://goo.gl/hArOKb Note: All links are affiliate links, meaning that when you use these links, I get a percentage of anything you spend, at no cost to you. This helps me justify to my wife spending time on these videos. Thank you! :)
This video will answer two questions people have about TPMS sensors. How long tpms sensors last? Can the batteries be replaced? Get your answers by watching this short video. Disclaimer: Warnings And Caution If you follow the procedures, techniques and methods shown in this video, be aware that you follow them at your own risk. Under no circumstances will the author(s) and/or publisher(s) of www.youtube.com/user/melniksmotors (melniks automotive) be held liable for any injuries or damages, direct or consequential, incurred by any person who attempts to follow the examples shown herein.
Testing tire pressure monitoring system on 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan, using Autel MaxiTPMS TS401 inexpensive tool. Replace TPMS sensor and reset, reprogram. Click below for this affordable tool! http://amzn.to/2upqtMj If you make a purchase through this affiliated link I'll earn a small fee (at no cost to you of course :-)).
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This week, get some tips on how to read or activate a TPMS sensor, and what to do if you are having trouble reading a sensor
Tip #1: check to make sure that this vehicle has a direct-TPMS system. This can be easily checked using a VT55 or VT56 TPMS tool, where it shows under the service menu if the specific vehicle you’ve chosen is an indirect system. An indirect TPMS system does not have sensors in the tire, instead, it communicates through the ABS system to calculate the tire pressure of each tire, therefore, no sensors can be read.
Tip #2: Make sure you are holding your tool properly to the tire for an accurate reading. When reading a sensor, make sure to read it at the side wall of the tire. The sensor is read and activates with low radio frequency so there could be interference if reading sensors from the wrong position. Some aftermarket rims can affect tire readings.
Tip #3: What is the condition of the sensor? If you are unable to read a sensor, the sensor battery could be dead or corroded, so it is important to visually inspect the sensor outside of the wheel.
Tip #4: Have you updated your TPMS tool? If you are unable to read the sensor, you may need to update your TPMS tool. The latest TPMS software will include the latest vehicle and TPMS sensor coverage, so be sure to perform a TPMS update. Check your tool under the SETTINGS menu for the latest software update and compare it to the latest update notes online. To view the latest TPMS version available, go to ateq-tpms.com, and scroll down to the Software Updates section of the website to find the latest version number.
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