How to Install TPMS Sensor with a Custom Wheels

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Old 01-03-2011, 06:11 PM   #1
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Default How to Install TPMS Sensor with a Custom Wheels


1. First set up the vehicle with the jack and jack stand. make sure its secure and safe before you start working.



2. Remove the center cap using an alloy key. if it doesn't have any then proceed to the next one.



3. Remove the wheel nuts using an air gun. made myself a lot easier



4. Remove the valve cap and valve core using a valve core tool shown in the picture



5. Make sure you let all the air out and then pop the top bead using a tire machine. if you dont have any then find a way out to pop the bead



6. Remove the old valve stem using a valve puller tool.



7. Now its time to install the TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitor System)



8. Make sure you tight the nut using a torque wrench. each vehicle require different torque spec. so look around for the guide etc.



9. Air up the tire and set it up to whatever pressure the vehicle requires. usually you can find this spec, in the driver side door



10. Its always good thing to double check your work. so, spray some water with a little bit of soap mix with it and check if its leaking or not.



11. Activate the TPMS using a tire re-learning system tool.



12. Installing wheel nuts...



13. Tightening all the wheel nuts using a torque stick



and here you go


You got your TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitor System) installed


Note: I will not be responsible for any damage by doing this. so do this at your own risk

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