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Here's a video link from Ateq on how to activate the TPMS relearn mode on Ford & Lincoln vehicles that have the Push Button Start feature - https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=ApH0H3D7Y5c


2023 Toyota GR86. TPMS RELEARN Procedure

Important Vehicle Info:

  • The car was a push button start ignition.
  • The car needs to be completely turned on with engine running in order to complete the TPMS relearn.

Important TPMS Relearn Note:

  • After a succesful OBD2 upload, the TPMS warning light will start to blink.
  • That is ok.
  • It is waiting for all (4) of the TPMS sensors to be re-scanned or triggered
  • The TPMS warning light will turn off after triggering the Left Rear TPMS sensor, meaning the TPMS relearn was successfully completed.


2021 - 2023 Chevrolet Suburban's, Tahoe's & GMC Yukon, Yukon XL's.

How to activate the TPMS relearn mode on 2021 - 2023 Chevrolet Suburban's, Tahoe's & GMC Yukon, Yukon XL's.

NOTE: This will not work on 2021 - 2023 Cadillac Escalade's, they have a completely different dashboard.

Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=qRnVFTd2kcM

On the attached picture, you will see that the Tire Pressures can now be seen in (2) areas on the dashboard.

The TPMS relearn mode can only be activated if the Tire Pressure screen is up in the center area of the dashboard as pictured.

It will not allow you to activate the TPMS relearn mode with just the smaller Tire Pressure display on the left side of the dashboard only.

2016 Chevrolet Cruze RELEARN procedure
To activate the TPMS relearn mode on the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze Limited, the set/clr button on the turn signal stalk will need to be used.

A picture of the what the button should look like according to the manual is attached.

NOTE: The tire pressure display screen must be showing on the dashboard in order for the TPMS relearn mode to be activated.

Vehicle Info: 2020 GMC Sierra Denali 1500

Important Vehicle Feature: Push Button Start

The following steps were taken to complete the relearn procedure:

1. Start the vehicle.

2. Find the screen where the individual tire pressure screen was active on the dashboard. This is done using the arrow keys on the right side of the steering wheel.

3. To activate the TPMS relearn procedure on the truck, locate the 'SET' button on the left side of the steering wheel. Hold the button down until the truck honks, this lets you know that the vehicle is in TPMS relearn mode.

The dashboard will display 'train left front tire'

4. Starting with the left front tire, use a TPMS trigger tool to learn the sensor to the truck. The truck will honk if successful.

Continue on learning the rest of the sensors to the vehicle in the following order, Right Front, Right Rear & Left Rear.

Note: If the relearn process is successful, the truck will honk twice after the sensor in the left rear tire is successfully learned by the vehicle.

The individual tire pressures will also begin to display on the dashboard.

2019-2020 Chevy Silverado

Getting into Relearn Mode - 2019 and up Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra

With base level DIC

1. Set the parking brake.

2. Turn the ignition on without starting the vehicle.

3. Use the trip odometer reset stem to scroll to the Tire Pressure screen.

4. Press and hold the trip odometer reset stem for about five seconds. A message asking if the process should begin should appear. Select yes and press the trip odometer reset stem to confirm the selection.


1) Lexus IS250 & IS350 from 2005 - 2008

For this model of Lexus only, the ""main/2nd"" tire selection is done in the driver information display at the instrument cluster. The video shows how to turn on this display and toggle to the tire setting. A picture is also attached showing this toggle switch location.

2) All Lexus with ""main/2nd"" tire switch.

If you write the same TPMS ID numbers to 1st and 2nd set on the car. In this case, the ""main/2nd"" switch has to be in the ""2nd"" tire position for relearn.

Put the switch in ""2nd"" tire mode and download the TPMS IDs from the car, and they matched the ""main"" set"".


For 2010 - 2017 Chevrolet Equinox, but may also apply to other GM vehicles that may use a similar center consoles.

The attached picture is of the center controls in the center of the dash, below the radio. The SET/CLR button on the bottom right now will need to be held down in order for the relearn procedure to be initiated on the 2010 - 2017 Chevrolet Equinox's.

The Equinox shows the individual tire pressures, so be sure that the tire pressure screen is displayed before attempting to put the vehicle into relearn mode.

Other vehicle notes.

- The car equipped with the traditional keyed ignition system needs to be turned on in order to complete the relearn procedure.

- Also the driver's door open the entire time, and all of the windows rolled up.

For the 2019 Ram 1500 models only, there are 2 model options.

First is a 1500 Classic, and a 1500 with several trim levels. They do not use the same sensors. The TPMS fitment on both trucks has been confirmed by one of our customers.

Ram 1500 Classic TPMS product info:

- OEM sensor: TRW 17625001 sensor

- Huf 1401

- Huf IntelliSens

* UVS4040

* UVS4041

- Schrader EZ Sensor

* 33500

* 33700

Ram 1500 TPMS product info:

- OEM sensor: Schrader 29057

One distinct vehicle feature between the 2 trucks is the wheel option. The 1500 Classic are only available with a 5 lug wheels, where as all the 1500's are 6 lug wheels.

We have found that some late model Audi may require an MMI reset to be able to relearn a new set of sensors, specifically the RDE047 protocol in either RDE or UVS version.