From TPMS relearn procedures, to proper install procedures for rubber stem sensors, our how-to TPMS videos will show you the proper procedures for ensuring that both the sensor and the entire TPMS system are functioning properly.
Our how-to videos for TPMS service will help you do the job right the first time, to avoid comebacks and keep your customers happy.
If you neglect to verify your TPMS sensors’ frequency, your relearn may fail. Learn how to verify the frequency.
Learn how to install VDO REDI-Sensors SE10001HP and SE10001HPR in high-pressure mode with this demo from Sean Lannoo from Continental.
An explanation of the proper procedure for valve-stem replacement on VDO REDI-Sensor TPMS sensors and Continental TG1C series VDO OEM replacement TPMS sensors.
If you’re having trouble relearning a REDI-Sensor SE10002A or SE10003A to the vehicle, the sensor may need to be unlocked. This video will show you how to unlock these VDO REDI-Sensors.
An explanation of the difference between the TPMS relearn procedure, which is always required in TPMS service, and TPMS sensor programming and cloning, which is only required when using some brands of replacement TPMS sensors.
These simple TPMS Tricks and Tips can keep your TPMS service time down and success rate up.
In a live demonstration, The VDO REDI-Sensor team demonstrates how one VDO REDI-Sensor multi-application TPMS sensor can work in a GM, Ford and Chrysler vehicle, with no programming and no cloning required.
When it comes to TPMS relearns, Toyotas can be a little tricky. Here are some valuable tech tips to make servicing Toyota TPMS systems easier for you.
Steve Landis, Senior Product Manager for Continental TPMS, explains how Continental developed REDI-Sensor multi-application TPMS sensor in response to the need for a ‘better mousetrap’ in Tire Pressure Monitoring System service.
Step-by-step how-to instructions on the proper procedure for the OBDII relearn process for many Asian brands including Nissan, Toyota, Lexus, Hyundai and Scion.
This episode of Motor Age: After Hours features Peter Meier, Motor Age Technical Editor, speaking with Steve Landis, Senior Product Manager for Continental TPMS on how the VDO REDI-Sensor can be an efficient replacement for TPMS sensors on a variety of makes.
Step-by-step how-to instructions on the relearn procedure for vehicles with OEM magnet trigger sensors including Ford, Chrysler, Mitsubishi and some GM models.
Step-by-step how-to instructions for Ford vehicles with a push button start, which differs from the process used on vehicles with a traditional key ignition.
Step-by-step how-to instructions for completing a stationary TPMS OBDII relearn process for Chrysler and Mazda vehicles that are auto-relearned by driving.
Camaro and other GM vehicles TPMS relearn with VDO REDI-Sensor
Step-by-step how-to instructions for the TPMS relearn procedure for the Chevy Camaro as well as other GM vehicles that feature the driver information center controls on the turn signal arm.
Step-by-step how-to instructions for the TPMS relearn procedure for GM vehicles that use the key fob in performing the relearn.