When your OE TPMS sensors fail, there’s only one replacement brand you need to know: NAPA® Echlin®. With over 98% coverage and OE-matching, direct-fit TPMS sensors that can be OE-relearned or ID-cloned, NAPA® Echlin® is the perfect TPMS solution for you and your customers.
Once installed, just follow the OE-relearn procedure using any major TPMS programming tool.
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In addition to the OE-Relearn procedure, NAPA® Echlin® OE-Matching TPMS sensors can be ID-cloned. It's your choice. Here's how to ID Clone the sensor:
Step 1: Locate the ID number on the old sensor.
*If old sensor is destroyed, the ID number may be retrieved from the vehicle’s computer.
Step 2: Place the new NAPA® Echlin® OE-Match Sensor in the holding tray of the NAPA® Echlin® 92-1530.
Step 3: Enter the ID Number from the old sensor and press enter.
Step 4: Write the cloned ID on the sticker provided with the new NAPA® Echlin® sensor.
Step 5: Affix sticker to back of new sensor.
Every time a tire is removed from the wheel you should replace TPMS service parts such as the valve stems, seals, washers, nuts, valve cores, and caps. NAPA® Echlin® offers an array of such parts to complement your TPMS repairs.