Fitting TPMS sensors requires specialized knowledge and equipment and should only be performed by trained professionals to ensure accurate and reliable performance. However, you can follow our step-by-step guide to find how to fit TPMS sensors.
Direct Fit and Universal*
Below is our step-by-step guide on: HOW TO FIT TPMS –
Please ensure the universal TPMS sensor is programmed before installation
This section provides educational and training information to help you make an informed decision about TPMS. This section will provide valuable information on how to fit, programme and clone sensors. We provide easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions on both ranges, including video tutorials.
How To Fit TPMS
1. Release air from the tyre by removing the valve. Place the wheel on the tyre changing machine and break both beads. Ensure the sensor is on the opposite side of the breaking bead.
2. Place the wheel on the turntable and demount the tyre. The sensor can now be removed.
3. Remove the existing sensor and clear the valve stem hole of any dirt or corrosion. Remove the washer, nut and cap from the new valve stem. Install a new sensor through the rim hole. Insert stem, place the washer, followed by the nut on the valve. Tighten the nut to 4 Nm (36in-lb)
4. Locate the sensor body on the other end of the valve stem. Hand tighten to secure, then tighten connecting screw to 2.2 Nm (20 in-1lb)
5. Re-install the tyre. Make sure no contact is made with the new sensor to prevent damage.
6. Follow the manufacturer’s standard relearn procedure (according to the vehicle handbook)