Typical Chrysler Relearn
- Considered an “Easy” Relearn Process

1.  Must write ID number down before installation
       -  If sensor is installed before retrieving new ID number then technician would
          need to break down the tire to retrieve the number

2.  Plug in scan tool to OBDII port on car

3.  Build vehicle specifications in the tool

4.  Go to TPMS relearn function in tool

5.  Enter new TPMS ID numbers in tool

6.  Must be entered one at a time

7.  Exit out of tool

8.  Install TPMS sensors

9.  Drive vehicle – Up to 45 minutes

With ours: You clone it, you install it, and you drive away!

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Typical Lexus / Toyota Relearn

1.  Need TPMS tool to read all ID numbers off old sensors
       -  Once learning is initiated it will wipe all ID numbers (TSB L-SB-0025-09)
       -  If technician fails to get the ID numbers at the start – he will need to break
          down all four tires to get number off sensor (1-1/2 hours)

2.  Need factory scan tool to initialize reprogramming procedure

3.  Plug factory scan tool into OBDII port on vehicle

4.  Initialize learning procedure

5.  Learning procedure takes approx.15 different steps
       - Technician interaction on a pc

6.  Vehicle is reprogrammed and ready to drive

7.  Approximate time with no issues ½-1 hour

With ours: You clone it, you install it, and you drive away!

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OE Auto-learn Process

1.  Install sensor in vehicle (no ID number required)

2.  Drive vehicle 15-45 minutes until light resets

3.  During the drive the system will learn the new sensor ID
       - If the vehicle has been stationary for more then 20 minutes,
         the vehicle must be driven for a minimum of 10 minutes and
         maintain a continuous speed above 15 mph

4.  The problem is that it doesn’t always work

5.  Relearn will not always initialize on its own

With ours: You clone it, you install it, and you drive away!