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    #16
    Originally posted by ALLAN R View Post

    This is good to know but you are a little far from me. Perhaps you could post up some details of the programming unit such as make and part number.
    This is what we have at work,I said it wouldn't be cheap! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ATEQ-VT56...I/292151825124

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      #17
      Originally posted by stevec2004 View Post

      This is what we have at work,I said it wouldn't be cheap! https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ATEQ-VT56...I/292151825124
      Thanks for the info but as you say that is something for a garage. I am wondering if any decent garage that has this kit can interogate the US spec Mustang I have and sort out the TPMS system if my replacement sensors don't want to play ball.
      Allan

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        #18
        Well the new sensors arrived last week so it was off to the tyre bay to get a new sensor fitted today. It was interesting though that when I had the likely faulty sensor removed last week the TPMS didn't respond immediately to the fact that the faulty sensor had been removed. I drove the car for the remainder of the day without any warning coming up, but the next day the "Tire sensor fault" came on with the light and didn't go out. From then on it came on with the ignition every time. With the new sensor fitted I put the car in TPMS training mode at the tyre depot and went around each tyre with the training tool. It all went as per the book and the warning and light went out and has stayed out.
        Allan

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