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TPMS19 Relearn Tool Tire Presure Monitor Sensor Activation Tool for Ford

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Activation Tool For Ford 8C2Z-1A203-A TPMS-19 TPMS19 TPMS Sensor

TPMS19 tpms tool is a tire relearn tool to work for Ford series vehicle Tire Pressure Monitoring system sensor. This is an essential tool of replacement tire pressure sensor, tire pressure alarm remove or exchange tires for Ford / Lincoln / Mercury etc.

TPMS Relearn Tool Ford

TPMS19 ford tpms  reset tool

When you need this Ford tire relearn tool?

1. New TPMS sensors installed, letting air out or adding air in to the tire couldn’t make the system recognize new sensors.

2. Do tire rotation, didn’t have a quick and easy way to let ECU relearn new tire information.

3. When tire pressure indicator light ON, after the maintenance performed, the tire pressure needs to be reset to turn off the TPMS light.

4. Low tire pressure or leakage /replacement or installation of tire pressure monitoring equipment / tire replacement, sensor damage, etc. After those problems solved, TPMS needs to be reset.

5. Exchanging the winter tires or Summer tires.

ford tpms reset tool

Applicable Models:

2007-2020 Ford F-150, Mustang, Edge; 2006-2020 Ford Escape, Explorer;

2008-2020 Ford F-250 F-350 F-450 F-550 Super Duty;

2008-2020 Ford Expedition; 2008-2020 Ford Flex;

2008-2020 Ford E-150 E-250 E-350 E-450 Econoline Vans;

2008-2016 Ford Fiesta; 2007-2020 Ford Focus,Fusion;

2008-2020 Ford Crown Victoria; 2011-2020 Ford Transit Connect;

2008-2020 Ford Taurus; 2014-2020 Ford Transit;

2006-2020 Ford Ranger; 2012-2020 Ford C-Max;

2007-2020 Lincoln MKX, MKT; 2008-2020 Lincoln MKZ, MKS, Navigator;

2008-2011 Lincoln Town Car; 2007-2010 Lincoln Mark LT; 2015-2020 Lincoln MKC;

2006-2010 Mercury Mountaineer; 2006-2020 Monterey; 2006-2011 Mercury Mariner;

2007-2011 Mercury Mlian; 2006-2010 Mercury Grand Marquis; and more...

Tips for tpms tool:

  • [1] Please make sure antenna fit in CORRECT position.
  • [2] Do tire reset outside instead of in the garage.
  • [3] Position of tires is also important, Front tires have to be straight
  • [4] Sensors should be original OEM sensors which well programmed.
  • [5] After testing a tire, turn device off & press the launch button again to activate the next one.
tire relearn start

How to set Ford vehicle in TPMS re-learn mode?

1. Make the gear in P position.

2. Ignition switch to OFF, press and release the brake pedal.

3. Turn ignition switch from OFF position to RUN position 3 times and end at RUN position.

4. Depress and release the brake pedal.

5. Ignition to OFF position.

6. Ignition goes from OFF position to RUN position 3 times and ends at RUN position.

7. Horn will ring once and TPMS indicator flashes, then learning mode has been entered successfully. If equipped, the message center will display the front left (LF) tire.

tire relearn tool

How to use TPMS19 sensor tool?

1. Set the car in TPMS learning mode. (car horns twice)

2. Starting relearn process from left front tire, point antenna on correct position. Press & release power button. Once the speaker chirped, move to the next tire.

3. Follow this order to rest TPMS sensors: Front left, front right, rear right, rear left.

4. After all sensors reset, the car horns twice means TPMS re-learn finished.

frod tpms reset tool

Average grade (5 Stars, 1 Reviews)

Average grade: 
David C.
This item is super easy to use. Worked on my 2014 F150.
1. Put your vehicle into TPMS programming mode (look it up on youtube or in your vehicle manual)
2. Starting at the driver front wheel and work you way around the vehicle clockwise
3. Point and click at each whee near the valve stem, you will hear a honk for confirmation at each wheel

Takes less than 10 mins for the whole process. Saved me from a trip going to the tire shop. Great price too!

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