|Item Weight||3.95 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.96 x 4.2 x 1.48 inches|
|Item model number||MaxiTPMS TS501|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TS501|
|Special Features||🔥 Scan TPMS sensor ID and copy ID into MX-Sensor🔥, ⭐Low inventory! Quick Order❗❗❗❗, 🔥 Relearn by OBD function🔥 🔥 Relearn procedure guide on the tool🔥, ⭐Any quetsion/ displeasure/Need help please contact: 𝙖𝙪𝙩𝙚𝙡𝙤𝙗𝙙2@𝙝𝙤𝙩𝙖𝙢𝙖𝙞𝙡.𝙘𝙤𝙢., 🔥 Read/clear TPMS DTCs; on-screen DTC description🔥, ⭐𝙏𝙤𝙥 𝘼𝙪𝙩𝙚𝙡 𝙥𝙧𝙤𝙙𝙪𝙘𝙩 𝙩𝙚𝙘𝙝 𝙩𝙚𝙖𝙢 𝙬𝙞𝙡𝙡 𝙥𝙧𝙤𝙫𝙞𝙙𝙚 𝙨𝙪𝙥𝙥𝙤𝙧𝙩. 🚔, 🔥 TPMS diagnose, one step for complete TPMS health check🔥, ⭐𝙊𝘽𝘿𝙋𝙍𝙄𝘾𝙀 𝙞𝙨 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙡𝙞𝙚𝙨𝙩 𝙤𝙛𝙛𝙞𝙘𝙞𝙖𝙡 𝙖𝙪𝙩𝙝𝙤𝙧𝙞𝙯𝙚𝙙 𝘼𝙪𝙩𝙚𝙡 𝘿𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙡𝙚𝙧.✈, ⭐⭐2020 Newest version❗❗❗❗, 🔥 Manual input OE ID into MX-sensor🔥 🔥 Check Key FOB🔥, ⭐⭐Most Cost-effective TPMS Scan Tool Recommended by Autel❗❗❗❗</b>, ⭐Officially identified as genuine by 🅰🆄🆃🅴🅻, 🔥 Activate TPMS sensors🔥 🔥 Read sensor data🔥, 🔥 Program MX-Sensor by auto creating sensor ID🔥|
|Vehicle Service Type||1.Please activate all the TPMS sensors to get the IDs before performing any TPMS relearning. 2.Connect TS501 to the vehicle’s DLC, select the diagnostic icon then select “Read IDs from Vehicle”from the TPMS Diagnose interface. Note:The sensor data from step 1 and step 2 will be recorded separately in columns ID Hex/ID Dec and BCM ID Hex/BCM ID Dec. .You can re-execute step 2 to refresh the record in columns BCM ID Hex/BCM ID Dec if the IDs in BCM are changed. 3.Go back to the main interface, then connect TS501 to the computer via a USB cable (with OBD cable off), find the disk of “AUTEL” on the computer and open the “RECORD.HTM” file to view the test record. Then you can print or save the record.|
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- 【TPMS Sensor Check】The sensor check function allows activating of TPMS sensor to view sensor data such as sensor ID, tire pressure, tire temperature, sensor battery, sensor position, frequency. It also sends the sensor data to vehicle’s ECU to let the ECU learn the positions of sensors whenever wheels are rotated or sensors are replaced.A-Glance view of all sensor information easily shows the location of which sensor battery is low and needs to be replaced soon.
- 【TPMS Relearn】This function, which provides users with quick access to the vehicle’s ECU, enables users to do TPMS diagnostics, such as reading/writing sensor IDs on vehicle ECU and reading/ clearing codes of TPMS system, and to save data for later reviews and printing.The Review Data function allows user to view and print out saved data of the latest TPMS diagnostic recordings by the service tool.
- 【TPMS Sensor Programming】The Programming function allows users to program the sensor data to the MX-Sensor and replace faulty sensor with low battery life or one that is not functioning. The scan tool is easy-to-use with a proven efficiency and guaranteed accurate results.This function is designed to program the MX-Sensor by applying random IDs created according to the test vehicle, when it is unable to obtain the original sensor ID.
- 【Copy by OBD】This function allows users to write in the saved sensor information to MX-Sensor after performing Read IDs from Vehicle in Relearn function.Copy by Activation allows user to bypass OBD II and automatically write in the retrieved original sensor data to the MX-Sensor. It is used after the original sensor is triggered.
- 【Free Software Updating + 1 Year Warranty + PERMANENT After-Sales SERVICE】Customer service team is available for 24 hour ▲email@example.com▲ TS501 comes with free lifetime software updating. You can update the software anytime.
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🚙Compaired with TS401 / TS408: 👣TS501 CAN: 💯1. TPMS diagnose, one step for complete TPMS health check. 💯2. Read/clear TPMS DTCs; on-screen DTC description. 💯3. Read Sensor ID by OBD and copy ID into MX-Sensor. 💯4. Relearn by OBD function. 🚙Compaired with TS601, TS501 has the same TPMS function: 💯1. Activate TPMS sensors. 💯2. Read sensor data. 💯3. TPMS diagnose, one step for complete TPMS health check. 💯4. Read/clear TPMS DTCs; on-screen DTC description. 💯5. Scan TPMS sensor ID and copy ID into MX-Sensor. 💯6. Manual input OE ID into MX-sensor. 💯7. Program MX-Sensor by auto creating sensor ID. 💯8. Read Sensor ID by OBD and copy ID into MX-Sensor. 💯9. Relearn by OBD function. 💯10. Relearn procedure guide on the tool. 💯11. Check Key FOB. 💯12. Tire Type/Pressure selection
Autel Maxitpms TS501 Capable of Wirelessly Diagnosing TPMS Problems
- Programs vehicle ECU to learn sensor IDs and positions
- Activates magnetic, frequency and tire deflation triggered sensors using 125 kHz continuous or modulated wave signals
- Receives 315 MHz, 433 MHz and 309MHz signals
- Reads sensor ID from vehicle ECU
- Reads/clears codes of TPMS system and resets malfunction indicator light
- Simplifies the diagnostic process including four and five wheel
- vehicles by showing vehicle graphs
- Decodes sensor data and provides visual and audible
- responses to confirm sensors are working properly
- Interprets data including sensor ID, tire pressure, temperature,
- battery status and OE part no.
- Pre-selection process offers faster activation and diagnostics
Easy To Use Software Operation
Performing a basic sensor activation or complex diagnostic tool functions, is easy as following the program options and on-screen display instructions. The TS501 provides code definitions and visual / audio responses to make the operations much easier and more convenient to complete.
Download FREE software updates for enhanced diagnostic functions and extended vehicle coverage. Now even your old TPMS tool can perform like new!
OBDII Connected TPMS Diagnostics
The TS501 can provide relearn procedures for specific sensors and connect with the OBDII cord to the vehicle's ECU to offer multiple programming options including clone sensor IDs, or auto create ID, or manual write sensor IDs with no sensor re-learn required for sensor positioning.
At-A-Glance TPMS Status Screen
The single screen organization allows you to easily read direct feedback from all 4 sensors, clearly understand the status of all TPMS features, compare sensor and ECU data, then instantly pinpoint system faults to identify the fix. This At-A-Glance view of all sensor information easily shows the location of which sensor battery is low and needs to be replaced soon.
|Activate TPMS sensors||✓||✓||✓|
|Read sensor data||✓||✓||✓|
|TPMS diagnose, one step for complete TPMS health check||✓||✓|
|Read/clear TPMS DTCs; on-screen DTC description||✓||✓|
|Scan TPMS sensor ID and copy ID into MX-Sensor||✓||✓||✓|
|Manual input OE ID into MX-sensor||✓||✓||✓|
|Program MX-Sensor by auto creating sensor ID||✓||✓||✓|
|Read Sensor ID by OBD and copy ID into MX-Sensor||✓||✓|
|Check Key FOB||✓||✓|
|Read TPMS live data||✓|
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First, I'm not a mechanic, and a tool like this seems like overkill for someone who isn't, but I can assure you it ended up being worth it.
--- ACT 1 | The Dream of Rims ---
Our story begins with a dream: I wanted to swap the rims on my 2017 Tacoma with a guy who had a 2016 Tacoma. I needed 17" rims, as they also fit my wife's 4Runner, so we could have redundancy for our camping adventures. At the time I didn't realize it, but on Toyota vehicles, the ID of the sensor is programmed directly in the ECU and if you do a "relearn" by pushing the button, it only works if the Sensor IDs present in the wheels are the same programmed in the computer. Having swapped rims with my friend, they weren't.
I approached a dealer and a few tire companies who told me it was time consuming to break down the tires and read the IDs, or to use their RF tools to scan and reprogram. I didn't believe them. Turns out I was right.
THIS TOOL SCANNED MY RF IDs AND REPROGRAMED MY ECU IN 7 MINUTES. No tires had to be removed, it included everything, including on screen instructions on how to do it on the device, specific to your vehicle and year model. It even tells you if the batteries are still good, which all 4 were. That's important for later in the story.
MY TPMS was working AGAIN!!!!!!
--- ACT 2 | Treachery is a-foot! ---
The next plan was with my new 17" rims, TPMS programmed in, and my dashlights returned to their normal state (off), I could pursue my final goal, putting some sweet looking rubber on those tasty wheels.
I bought my tires online, went to a corresponding tire show (large chain), who proceeded to do the following up installation of my tires:
1. Snap a lug stud
2. Put 1 of the 4 tires on with the sidewall on backwards (had to unmount and flip...my sidewalls have 2 different patterns).
3. Break a TPMS sensor in my tire by using their tire removal tool (the thing that spins around and unmounts the tire from the rim).
The snapped lug was pretty obvious, they told me about it.
I happened to notice the sidewalls, so they fixed it.
I left, happy with my new tires after a few hassles (i'd fix the snapped lug myself, it's pretty easy). I'm driving down the road and notice my TPMS isn't working.
NO WORRIES, I BUST OUT THIS Autel MaxiTPMS TS501 doo-hickey and start scanning tires. The right side rear tire won't communicate with me. I take it back to the tire shop and find that when they took the tire back off there were parts of a TPMS sensor in the tire. They mentioned a battery could have also died, which would be on me to repair. I informed them I checked the batteries, they are all fine. So clearly their error. They confirmed when the tires were off I was right.
They paid me $100 (in discount of purchase) for the lug, and replaced my TPMS with a Toyota branded one. (Had to run to dealership and get it).
--- Act 3 | A happy ending ---
Had I not had this tool, two things would have happened:
1. I would have had to pay someone $150 for 10 minutes of work to reprogram my sensors to my truck.
2. I might have spent days and $$$$ at a mechanic to diagnose the issue with my TPMS, only to discover it was broken and fight them to pay for the repair, since they broke it.
For starters, it came pre-charged out of an awesome professional looking case. That is a plus for me. I skimmed through the directions, since I had used one before - not this brand - but knowing I would need to Activate all sensors Power on the rechargeable battery at 100% was great!.
I went ahead and did a quick search for a 2017 Subaru WRX - It was there, ( on the Subaru you have to program the OBDII also - "or relearn the computer") So no updates. Which from the reviews I have read can be taunting...
I selected my WRX, I scanned my new TPMS sensors - then it saved all the new parameters in its memory. It can save up to 10 from my understanding - but has an SD can slot for saving and updates. It then tells you ever step next - since you have a Subaru it tells you to "Relearn through OBDII" and the ignition on/off process.
This is an awesome tool especially since I am in the north and I am changing my wheels for seasonal swaps... I don't want to constantly pay that $$$... and like to keep the dash clean from lights
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I found one minor inconvenience when trying to update the software/firmware. This tool came with a CD-ROM disk and I don't have a CD/DVD drive to install the software. I tried to contact tech support via chat session. Someone responded to my chat and then ended the chat session (without any explanation) even before I got the chance to type up a short message explaining the problem (i.e. I was looking for software to download, but couldn't find it on their website). Tech support emailed me and explained to me that they needed to go for lunch and ended the chat session. This is not very professional.
I ended up having to find a CD-ROM drive to copy the software onto a USB drive and installed it on my laptop/tablet. The upgrade process was straightforward.
The user manual did not explain all the menu options (i.e. what does the ECU Unlock for?).
I also tried the Key Fob signal measurement tool. I suspect this tool is NOT working properly on my unit. It couldn't detect ANY signal from my Lexus IS key FOBs. It detects very weak (6 to 13%) signal from my Acura MDX key Fobs. All my key FOBs are in good working condition and batteries are pretty new. I will contact Tech support to for advice on this issue.
Other than the minor issues mentioned above, it is very well built and works as advertised.
Detected the TPMS sensors quickly and provided the ID and other stats. Interface could be improved. It’s not cheap especially when some vehicles need 2 units to program. Mitsubishi RVR uses OB2 mode for re-learn. After connecting the device, it asked me to buy another trigger tool to continue. I tried buying those cheap universal trigger tools but they were garbage. Now I have to spend more $$$ on another unit. You could buy another trigger tool which probably cost $100. I ended up getting the TS408 which Is a bit cheaper than this. Customer service could be improved. I called Autel support and all the person did was told me it’s not their fault that it doesn’t work. I was not angry or even blaming them. All I wanted was to confirm if I really had to purchase another unit. Initially I thought spending this much on a unit with OB2 it would inject the ID via OB2 after already capturing the new TPMS ID’s and position. Didn’t really make sense to me to have to trigger each sensor again with another unit while 1 unit is attached via OB2