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Do you already have TPMS? If not, you'll also need valve stems to suit the sensors.Where can I obtain a quality set of Tyre Pressure Sensors?
The process specified in the link is not the deflation method The article states:
You are correct, although on the Magnum I didn't need to press the buttons on the key fog, that was a VE thing.The process specified in the link is not the deflation method The article states:
3. Press and hold the keyless entry fob transmitter’s LOCK and UNLOCK buttons, at the same time, for about five seconds to start the TPMS learn mode. The horn sounds twice indicating the TPMS receiver is ready and in learn mode.4. Starting with the left front tire, active the sensor by holding the TPMS tool aimed upward against the tire sidewall close to the wheel rim at the valve stem location. Press and release the activate button and wait for a horn chirp.
I must get one of those cheap activtion tools off eBay and chuck it in the tool bag along with all the others
Would the TPMS tool be availible from the same ebay site?Do you already have TPMS? If not, you'll also need valve stems to suit the sensors.
Everything is available on eBay, look for a reputable seller, selling 'Schrader' brand 433mhz sensors.
The link provided by @Skylarking is a 'deflation' method used on VE's, it doesn't work with VF2(not sure with VF1).
VF series 2 needs a TPMS tool to activate the sensors so the vehicle smarts can read them.
This tool also works with VE's.
Google should help you find TPMS tools on eBayWould the TPMS tool be availible from the same ebay site?