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ATEQ QuickSet TPMS Reset Tool

by ATEQ
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Price: $149.95 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Reset your TPMS at home
  • Simple to use
  • Stores two sets of wheels for easy wheel swapping. i.e. Summer and Winter sets
  • Future proof (upgradable online)
  • Quick list of compatible makes: Acura, Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti, Lexus, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Pontiac, Scion, Subaru, Suzuki, and Toyota (check application guide for specific models)
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandATEQ
Item Weight3 ounces
Product Dimensions12 x 1 x 7 inches
Item model numberATEQ_Quickset
Manufacturer Part NumberATEQ_Quickset
  
Additional Information
ASINB008SCWXN4
Best Sellers Rank #6,823 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 3, 2012
  
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Product Description

Free lifetime upgrades via usb port! Other brands charge $50/year to update!

Are you tired of shelling out big bucks to the dealer every time you swap wheels or rotate tires? Need to replace a sensor or two? The ATEQ Quickset TPMS reset tool is the perfect tool for those of us that swap wheels regularly or have a set of summer and winter wheels! Don't spend another dime (or hour) at the dealer! Reset (relearn) your TPMS yourself at home!

The QuickSet downloads the IDs that are stored in your vehicle's ECU. The PC based software allows you to enter the IDs from your alternate set of tires into the QuickSet. You must have your alternate set of IDs available (from a TPMS decoder tool such as the ATEQ VT30, provided by a garage, an invoice or on the sensor itself). Once the QuickSet is updated with the alternate set of IDs, you are able to upload these to your vehicle's ECU through the OBDII port.

Included in the box:

TPMS Quickset
OBDII cable
USB Cable
Installation CD

Features:
Save and restore old tire/wheel configuration For example: tool is enabled to switch between "winter" and "summer" wheels.
Future proof (upgradable online)
Easy step by step instructions (video available on our youtube channel)
Tire rotation tracking and recording
Don't bother with taking your vehicle to the dealer everytime you need to reset your TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system). For the cost of a couple resets, you could own this tool and reset the tpms yourself.

Computer Requirements:
OS: Windows 2000, XP, Vista (32 and 64), windows 7
CPU: Pentium 333 Mhz or faster
RAM: 512 MB or above
Hard Drive space: 30MB minimum
USB Port: USB 2.0 is required
Internet connection is required.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I contacted ATEQ tech support and they could not help me either.
Jocko
Very good if you have both winter and summer tires and wheels and an Asian car with TPMS.
Harry L. Spatz
The software loaded no problem on my windows 7 computer, updated and seemed stable.
William J Page

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By bansko on February 8, 2013
As noted in other reviews, the Quickset is definitely not for the casual user. I had to scour the internet to find tips from previous users, the instructions stink, and I had to download updated software from ATEQ even though my unit was manufactured three weeks before I purchased it. Why four stars instead of two then? Because nobody else produces anything like it, and if you have two sets of tires and wheels, both with TPMS, it's the only thing keeping you from wasting time and money going to the dealer twice a year if you own certain vehicles produced by Asian car companies. In my case it's a RAV 4.

You have to be smart in how you use it, and make sure you write down all of your codes as a backup. After downloading the factory TPMS ID's, I loaded up my winter wheel ID's and still couldn't get the idiot light to go off. It turns out that when the onboard computer was loaded with the car's TPMS info at the Toyota factory the spare's ID code was listed as one of the drive wheels, while one of the drive wheels was listed as the spare. Fortunately, there was a bar-code on the spare wheel with a TPMS ID so I was able to figure it out quickly, otherwise it would have been trial and error with eventual success. Using the ATEQ software I then put in the correct code for the spare and all was good.

I can see why a major online tire/wheel retailer dropped this item though. If you are a logical, persistent type it will work for you. Others beware. On a side note, car manufacturers really need to become more user-friendly with TPMS. GM is the only company that gets it as far as I can tell. TPMS user-unfriendliness could easily be a deal-breaker in my next vehicle purchase.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Mark on November 22, 2013
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OK careful mechanics the ATEQ Quickset will only allow you to do 4 vehicles over the life of the unit you CAN NOT delete vehicles out of the the unit once they are programmed in.... and it only holds 4. That is why they offer FREE updates...you don't need them. What a waste of resources.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Gringo on November 5, 2012
I'd really give it 1-1/2 stars. Bought two years ago for 2009 Hyundai Santa Fe to allow me to change from summer to winter tire/wheel set.

Installed software on a laptop with Windows XP Pro, SP3. Software & USB drivers are not digitally signed, so Vista and Win7 won't like it much. Software is worst part of this operation (see below)

Ateq tool can read your current TPMS sensor IDs from the vehicle computer via the OBD-2 connector, and you can store them in a "summer" or "winter" wheel set in the software. However, you must know the correct TPMS sensor ids (in the correct position) for your new wheels to enter in to software, as this Ateq tool will not put vehicle TPMS system into "learn" mode. (As I learned, this is something the Hyundai dealer can do, for $80-100 a pop, but many independent mechanics and tire centers could not).

Once the correct TPMS sensor IDs are entered, you can fairly easily swap from summer to winter tires. However, the software is very kludgey and has idiosyncrasies like needing a live internet connection and the Ateq tool connected to USB to "verify" installation, or it won't run (prospects not good, if Ateq decides to take their server off-line). It also constantly checks for non-existent software updates (none in the two years since installation). User interface is very poor and I constantly need to minimize and maximize windows in order to get dialog buttons to respond, and occasionally need to restart completely. Dragging the tires in "free rotation" mode is problematic and tedious. "Swapping" tire positions also moves one tire, while erasing the code of the other one. (Need to use native Windows screen shot or write down codes manually, as there is no print option in software).
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By SubaPreza on November 1, 2012
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It took 3 weeks of frustration and dealing with customer support to realize that the tool just wouldn't work even though it was supposed it. I have 2012 Subaru Impreza.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Lionel TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 2, 2013
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I bought snow tires, mounted on steel wheels, for my wife's new Honda. This was my first encounter with TPMS sensors and I was aghast to learn that the dealer would charge $100 just to "teach" the car's computer the IDs of whichever set of sensors I was swapping onto the car - that's $200/year! The ATEQ QuickSet is a reasonably priced tool that will store TPMS IDs for two sets of tires and for multiple cars. Once you have taught the QuickSet both sets of IDs, it's less than five minutes to store the new IDs in the car's computer. Note, though, that while the QuickSet will read the current set of IDs from the car, you will need to manually enter the new set once. The store that sold you the TPMS sensors can give you the IDs (an 8-character value), or you can use a separate tool such as the ATEQ VT30 (which I also have) to activate the sensors and read their IDs.

I was concerned by the reviews describing problems with the software and drivers, but I had none. I did skip the included CD and went straight to the ATEQ web site to download the current software. It installed and worked fine on my Windows 7 x64 system. I also like that the software will print out a report with both sets of IDs for the selected car.
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