ATEQ Quickset TPMS Reset Tool Fitment Guide for Toyota Models

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This video will quickly tell you which Suzuki vehicles can use the ATEQ Quickset TPMS tool to reset the TPMS system and which will also need the ATEQ VT30. Toyota 4 Runner, Avalon, Camry, Camry Hybrid, Corolla, FJ Cruiser, GT86, Highlander, Highlander Hybrid, Land Cruiser, Matrix, Prius, Prius V, Prius C, Rav4, Sequoia, Sienna, Solara, Tacoma, Tunder, Venza and Yaris.

ATEQ VT15 TPMS Reset Tool Live Demo

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This video is a demo of the actual use of the ATEQ VT15 TPMS reset tool. Wondering how it works? Wondering if you have what it takes? Wonder no more! Watch the video which will answer all of your questions.

Video transcript:

Hello. Peter with Import Auto Performance and TPMSToolMan.com, here to talk to you about the ATEQ VT15 trigger tool. Let’s get started.

So first we will put the vehicle into learn mode. To find out how to put your vehicle into learn mode, check your user manual. For this vehicle, we turn it into the on position and we hold down both the lock and unlock on the remote control.

First tire, you start with left front. Pull the antenna 90 degrees to the tire, right above the valve stem. Click the trigger tool. OK. We move on to the next tire, 90 degrees again. Click trigger. Third tire, right rear, 90 degrees, trigger.

All right. Last tire, 90 degrees, hit the TX. OK. That’s it, ATEQ VT15 trigger tool for all domestic vehicles. That’s how easy it is. Thanks.

ATEQ VT30 TPMS Reset Activation Tool Live Demo

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This video is a demo of the actual use of the ATEQ VT30 TPMS reset tool. Wondering how it works? Wondering if you have what it takes? Wonder no more! Watch the video which will answer all of your questions.

Video Transcript:

Hi. I’m Peter with Import Auto Performance and TPMSToolMan.com talking about the ATEQ VT30 tpms reset tool. If you want to reset your TPMS on a domestic European vehicle, this is one of the tools that you can use. So let’s get started.

First you’re obviously going to turn the tool on and you’re going to select the vehicle that you’re using. So you go to Vehicle Selection. We’re going to click Chevrolet and just car or truck. You’re going to click Car and that’s all that you need to do. OK?

Now when it has set the vehicle into learn mode, I’m going to do that right now. One thing to note, you can figure out how to set your vehicle into learn mode by looking at your user manual.

OK. So we just got a double honk from the vehicle that indicates that it’s in learn mode. We’re going to put this antenna 90 degrees right above the valve stem and click the trigger button.

OK. Now I’m at the second tire. Hold it in 90 degrees right by the valve stem again, plus trigger. OK. Now what you can see is the advantage of the ATEQ VT30 tpms reset tool over the VT15 tpms reset tool is that not only is it going to trigger to inactivate the sensor but it’s also going to read to you the tire pressure, absolute tire pressure. It will tell you if the battery is OK in the sensor and it’s also going to tell you the sensor ID. OK?

We’re at the third wheel. Hit trigger. All right. Now we’re at the last wheel. Hit trigger.

OK. We just reset the entire vehicle using the ATEQ VT30 tpms tool. You saw it before your very eyes. It’s very simple. Thank you very much.

ATEQ VT15 vs. VT30 Comparison of TPMS Reset Tools

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This video details a quick comparison of the ATEQ VT15 vs. VT30 When you are done viewing you will understand the difference between these two very popular TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system) Reset Tools from ATEQ.

Video Transcript:

Hello. Peter here with Import Auto Performance and TPMSToolMan.com. I want to do a quick comparison between the ATEQ VT15 and the ATEQ VT30. A lot of people ask me what the differences are and I want to tell you about them. It’s really pretty simple. The VT15 is a simple activation tool. That’s all it’s going to do. OK?

The ATEQ VT30 is an activation tool but much more and I will show you some of the data that it’s going to show to you when you scan a TPMS. OK. So the VT30 is not only going to trigger the sensor but it’s going to show you a number of things. It’s going to show you a sensor ID which is really important especially if you’re doing a reset. It’s going to show you the absolute tire pressure. So this is an advanced tire pressure gauge and it’s also going to tell you if the battery is OK in your current sensor.

So you know that if you have the batteries running low, they need to be replaced. It’s going to give you that information. Furthermore, the majority of vehicles use the remote control to put the vehicle into learn mode. OK?

But how do you know that the remote has got a strong battery and it’s putting out a good signal? Well you can put it into an RKE test. It is what it’s called but it’s essentially just a key fob test. You turn that on and you’re going to trigger your remote and it’s going to tell you if it’s putting out a signal and that it’s picking it up.

So those are all the features that make this different than the ATEQ VT15 TPMS Reset Tool. Plus it has got a nice digital display which the VT15 doesn’t even have a display at all.

So those are your differences and you can make your decision accordingly, but hopefully that gave you some education between the VT15 and the ATEQ VT30 TPMS Reset Tool from ATEQ. Thank you.

ATEQ QuickSet TPMS Reset Tool Live Demo

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This video is a demo of the actual use of the ATEQ QuickSet TPMS reset tool. Wondering how it works? Wondering if you have what it takes? Wonder no more! Watch the video which will answer all of your questions.

Video transcript:

Hi. I’m Peter with Import Auto Performance and TPMSToolMan.com here to talk to you about the TPMS Quick Set from ATEQ and I’m going to show you how to use this from start to finish.

So we’re going to go through the install, how to download your sensor IDs and how to import new sensor IDs and put them into the vehicle, reprogram the vehicle.

So let’s get started. So first we will open it up. You see you got the tool with the cable, OBD-II cable, USB cable for your computer and here’s a software we’re going to install in the computer. OK?

So we got the CD in there. Wait for it to load. All right. So click Run, install software obviously. Install. So this pops up. Just click Repair and Next. Finish. Installation will now proceed. Next and install. Now the software is getting installed.

Icon just popped up on the desktop and finish. OK. Now you want to connect the tool via USB, one end into the tool, one end via USB, and you will see now that the light is blinking. Click Next and that will install the driver for the tool. You will also receive a, “Congratulations! You have finished installing the driver,” and click Finish.

Now if you ever have any issues with installing the driver, there’s always the most latest and updated driver for the tool that’s available on the ATEQ website. You can go to the site and download the latest and most updated driver. OK?

OK. Now I just clicked on the icon and you’re going to click on New Vehicle. This is where you will enter your vehicle in and so for this test, we’re going to do Nissan, Maxima, 2010 and click OK.

OK? You will click Continue. Now, we will disconnect the TPMS just like it tells you, the tool, and now we’re going to go to the car and plug it into the OBD-II port. OK. All right.

So now I’ve got the tool plugged into the OBD-II port. You will see that it’s blinking. You need to turn the vehicle into the on position and now depending on what set of wheels you have on the car whether it’s winter or summer, you’re going to want to hold down the button for that season.

So for us, we’re going to hold down Winter. Now you see that the indicator has gone to solid and so you know that it has downloaded the sensor IDs and we’re going to go back to the computer.

All right. So now I’m going to plug the USB cable back into the tool and we’re going to watch the computer change. It just went to step eight and here you’re going to select the season. So we’re going to select winter as I’ve stated earlier. You get a successful operation indicator and click OK.

All right. Now you can see all of the winter set IDs that I downloaded from the car are now into the software and now we’re going to go on and we’re going to enter in the new IDs for the new set of sensors.

So now what we’ve done is we’ve gone in and entered in the summer IDs and one thing to note is that you’re going to see the double zeros ahead of the sensor IDs. You don’t need to enter those in. It’s going to do that automatically. So just start with the sensor ID. You’re going to be two digits short. You’re going to think you’re two digits short anyway but when you click Enter, it’s going to add two zeros to the front. So you don’t have to worry about that.

If you’re getting an error message about the link for the sensor IDs, it’s probably because you added the double zeros in ahead of time. All right. So we added them in. I’m going to click Save to Quick Set. OK?

Now I disconnect the quick set and we’re going to go back to the car. So now we’ve got the tool hooked back up to the OBD-II connector. You see this flashing? The car is in the start position, the on position, and I’m going to hold down the Summer button and now you see that it has gone solid.

So now you know that the car has been successfully — the TPMS has been successfully reset. One thing to note is that the tool does not have a battery associated with it. It draws power from the OBD-II connector. OK? So you don’t have to worry about the battery running out. You can throw this in your glove box and keep it there and now since you’ve got two sets of sensor IDs in here, next time you want to switch from winter to summer, summer to winter set, you don’t need a computer anymore. Everything is programmed in here. Put it in your glove box. Next time you switch wheels, plug it back in, hold the other season down and you’re done. It’s all set. It’s as easy as that.

So you just saw me use this thing for the first time and that’s as easy as it gets. Thank you very much.

ATEQ VT30 vs. ATEQ Quickset TPMS Reset Tool

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Video Transcript:

Hey guys. Peter here with Import Auto Performance and TPMSToolMan.com. I would like to answer a very common question we get on almost a daily basis regarding the VT30 tpms tool from ATEQ versus the ATEQ quickset tpms reset tool.

So the question is usually posted like this. It’s like, “Hey, I read about the ATEQ VT30 tpms reset tool. It says it can work with any major TPMS sensor. Will it work for my car? I don’t see it listed.” That’s a pretty common confusion and totally understandable.

So this is the ATEQ VT30 tpms reset tool and it will scan pretty much any sensor on the planet, right? But it’s not going to be able to reset every vehicle on the planet, right? So this can maybe be used with domestics and some Europeans. OK? And that will be able to reset the TPMS system when you’ve done a seasonal tire change or just change the sensor out. OK?

Now it can display the information for almost any sensor. So you can scan the sensor. You have the sensor ID, battery health, and actually tire pressure. OK? But it’s not going to be able to reset the system on every car, right?

So let’s say you’ve got an Asian import. You can use this. This will scan the sensor and give you all the information I just talked about. But it cannot reset the TPMS system. Why? Because it needs to be updated via OBDII port on the Asian imports, which is where the quick set comes in, right?

So a quick set tool, OBDII dongle. Plug into the OBDII port. You can reset the TPMS system with this. OK? So if you’ve an Asian import and you know the sensor ID is on these new sensors you’re going to put in, then all you need is this.

Now let’s say you’ve got an Asian import and you don’t know the sensor ID and you can’t go down to the mechanic to have them scan the sensors and document them for you. Then you would use the ATEQ VT30 tpms reset tool. Scan the sensor. Get the ID. Put it in this tool, right? That’s it. You’re now cool. OK?

So I hope that answers the question and if it doesn’t, leave a comment and I will answer it for you. All right. Take care.