TPMS Relearn Procedures: Ford, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercury

Here are TPMS relearn procedures for specific Ford, Lincoln, Mazda, and Mercury vehicles factory equipped with the Schrader 20315 rubber valve snap-in tire pressure monitoring sensor.

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For Keyed-ignition models:

1) Make sure all tires are inflated to the vehicle’s recommended inflation pressures (found in the owner’s manual on the door placard).

2) Turn the ignition switch to OFF then press and release the brake pedal.

3) Turn the ignition switch from OFF to RUN (engine OFF) 3 times, ending in the RUN position. Do this within 10 seconds.

4) Press and release the brake pedal.

5) Turn the ignition switch back to OFF.

6) Turn the ignition switch from OFF to RUN (engine OFF) 3 times, ending in the RUN position. Do this within 10 seconds.

7) The horn should sound letting you know the vehicle has entered into TPMS relearn mode.

8) Place the top of the TPMS triggering tool against the sidewall of the driver’s side front tire in the location of the valve stem. Press the left button, wait until the horn sounds, then press the right button to turn the tool off.

9.) Once the horn sounds, move on to the passenger side front tire and repeat the process. Each tire should only take 30 seconds or less.

10) After the passenger side front tire has been learned, continue on to the passenger side rear tire and finishing with the driver’s side rear tire.

11) You may now turn the ignition to OFF. If the horn does not sound, the sensors were learned successfully. If the horn sounds twice, then the process must be repeated because there was a malfunction.

For Push-button ignition models:

1) Make sure all tires are inflated to the vehicle’s recommended inflation pressures (found in the owner’s manual on the door placard).

2) Make sure the ignition button is OFF then press and release the brake pedal.

3) Push the ignition button three times (once per second). The vehicle should be OFF.

4) Push the ignition button three times (once per second). The vehicle should be OFF.

5) Push the ignition button twice (once per second), then press and release the brake pedal.

6) Push the ignition button once. The vehicle should be OFF.

7) Push the ignition button three times (once per second). The vehicle should be OFF

8) Push the ignition button three times (once per second). The vehicle should be OFF.

9) Push the ignition button twice (once per second). The vehicle should be in RUN mode, engine off.

10) The horn should sound letting you know the vehicle has entered into TPMS relearn mode.

11) Place the top of the TPMS triggering tool against the sidewall of the driver’s side front tire in the location of the valve stem. Press the left button, wait until the horn sounds, then press the right button to turn the tool off.

12) Once the horn sounds, move on to the passenger side front tire and repeat the process. Each tire should only take 30 seconds or less.

13) After the passenger side front tire has been learned, continue on to the passenger side rear tire and finishing with the driver’s side rear tire.

14) You may now turn the ignition OFF by pushing the ignition button once. If the horn does not sound, the sensors were learned successfully. If the horn sounds twice, then the process must be repeated because there was a malfunction.

Compatible with the following vehicles:

Ford

2014 Edge Limited
2014 Edge SE
2014 Edge SEL
2014 Edge Sport
2014 Escape
2014 Explorer
2014 F150 SVT Raptor
2014 Fiesta Hatchback
2014 Fiesta ST
2014 Fiesta Sedan
2014 Flex Limited
2014 Flex SE
2014 Flex SEL
2014 Focus 5-Door
2014 Focus Electric
2014 Focus ST
2014 Focus Sedan
2014 Fusion
2014 Mustang Convertible
2014 Mustang Coupe
2014 Mustang GT Convertible
2014 Mustang GT Coupe
2014 Taurus
2013 C-MAX Energi
2013 C-MAX Hybrid
2013 Edge Limited
2013 Edge SE
2013 Edge SEL
2013 Edge Sport
2013 Escape
2013 Expedition 2wd
2013 Expedition 4wd
2013 Expedition EL 2wd
2013 Expedition EL 4wd
2013 Explorer
2013 F150 2wd
2013 F150 2wd Heavy-Duty
2013 F150 4wd
2013 F150 4wd Heavy-Duty
2013 F150 SVT Raptor
2013 F250 4X2
2013 F250 4X4
2013 F350 4X2 Single Rear Wheel
2013 F350 4X4 Single Rear Wheel
2013 Fiesta Hatchback
2013 Fiesta Sedan
2013 Flex Limited
2013 Flex SE
2013 Flex SEL
2013 Focus 5-Door
2013 Focus Electric
2013 Focus ST
2013 Focus Sedan
2013 Fusion
2013 Mustang Boss 302
2013 Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca
2013 Mustang Convertible
2013 Mustang Coupe
2013 Mustang GT Convertible
2013 Mustang GT Coupe
2013 Taurus
2013 Transit Connect Van
2013 Transit Connect Wagon
2012 Econoline
2012 Edge Limited
2012 Edge SE
2012 Edge SEL
2012 Edge Sport
2012 Escape 2wd
2012 Escape 4wd
2012 Expedition 2wd
2012 Expedition 4wd
2012 Expedition EL 2wd
2012 Expedition EL 4wd
2012 Explorer
2012 F150 FX2 2wd
2012 F150 FX4 4wd
2012 F150 Harley Davidson 2wd
2012 F150 Harley Davidson 4wd
2012 F150 King Ranch 2wd
2012 F150 King Ranch 4wd
2012 F150 Lariat 2wd
2012 F150 Lariat 4wd
2012 F150 Lariat 4×2 Heavy-Duty
2012 F150 Lariat 4×4 Heavy-Duty
2012 F150 Platinum 2wd
2012 F150 Platinum 4wd
2012 F150 STX 2wd
2012 F150 STX 4wd
2012 F150 SVT Raptor
2012 F150 XL 2wd
2012 F150 XL 4wd
2012 F150 XL 4×2 Heavy-Duty
2012 F150 XL 4×4 Heavy-Duty
2012 F150 XLT 2wd
2012 F150 XLT 4wd
2012 F150 XLT 4×2 Heavy-Duty
2012 F150 XLT 4×4 Heavy-Duty
2012 F250 King Ranch 4X2
2012 F250 King Ranch 4X4
2012 F250 Lariat 4X2
2012 F250 Lariat 4X4
2012 F250 XL 4X2
2012 F250 XL 4X4
2012 F250 XLT 4X2
2012 F250 XLT 4X4
2012 F350 4X2 Single Rear Wheel
2012 F350 4X4 Single Rear Wheel
2012 Fiesta Hatchback
2012 Fiesta Sedan
2012 Flex Limited
2012 Flex SE
2012 Flex SEL
2012 Flex Titanium
2012 Focus 5-Door
2012 Focus Electric
2012 Focus Sedan
2012 Fusion
2012 Mustang Boss 302
2012 Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca
2012 Mustang Convertible
2012 Mustang Coupe
2012 Mustang GT Convertible
2012 Mustang GT Coupe
2012 Mustang Shelby GT500
2012 Taurus
2012 Transit Connect Van
2012 Transit Connect Wagon
2011 Econoline
2011 Edge Limited
2011 Edge SE
2011 Edge SEL
2011 Edge Sport
2011 Escape 2wd
2011 Escape 4wd
2011 Expedition 2wd
2011 Expedition 4wd
2011 Expedition EL 2wd
2011 Expedition EL 4wd
2011 Explorer
2011 F150 FX2 2wd
2011 F150 FX4 4wd
2011 F150 Harley Davidson 2wd
2011 F150 Harley Davidson 4wd
2011 F150 King Ranch 2wd
2011 F150 King Ranch 4wd
2011 F150 Lariat 2wd
2011 F150 Lariat 4wd
2011 F150 Lariat Limited 2wd
2011 F150 Lariat Limited 4wd
2011 F150 Platinum 2wd
2011 F150 Platinum 4wd
2011 F150 STX 2wd
2011 F150 STX 4wd
2011 F150 SVT Raptor
2011 F150 XL 2wd
2011 F150 XL 4wd
2011 F150 XL 4×2 Heavy-Duty
2011 F150 XL 4×4 Heavy-Duty
2011 F150 XLT 2wd
2011 F150 XLT 4wd
2011 F150 XLT 4×2 Heavy-Duty
2011 F150 XLT 4×4 Heavy-Duty
2011 F250 King Ranch 4X2
2011 F250 King Ranch 4X4
2011 F250 Lariat 4X2
2011 F250 Lariat 4X4
2011 F250 XL 4X2
2011 F250 XL 4X4
2011 F250 XLT 4X2
2011 F250 XLT 4X4
2011 F350 4X2 Single Rear Wheel
2011 F350 4X4 Single Rear Wheel
2011 Fiesta Hatchback
2011 Fiesta Sedan
2011 Flex V6
2011 Flex V6 with EcoBoost
2011 Focus S Sedan
2011 Focus SE Sedan
2011 Focus SEL Sedan
2011 Focus SES Sedan
2011 Fusion
2011 Mustang Convertible
2011 Mustang Coupe
2011 Mustang GT Convertible
2011 Mustang GT Coupe
2011 Mustang Shelby GT500
2011 Taurus
2011 Transit Connect Van
2011 Transit Connect Wagon
2010 Econoline
2010 Escape 2wd
2010 Escape 4wd
2010 F150 FX2 4×2
2010 F150 FX4 4×4
2010 F150 Harley Davidson Super Crw
2010 F150 King Ranch 4×2
2010 F150 King Ranch 4×4
2010 F150 Lariat 4×2
2010 F150 Lariat 4×4
2010 F150 Platinum 4×2
2010 F150 Platinum 4×4
2010 F150 STX 4×2
2010 F150 STX 4×4
2010 F150 SVT Raptor
2010 F150 XL 4×2
2010 F150 XL 4×2 Heavy-Duty
2010 F150 XL 4×4
2010 F150 XL 4×4 Heavy-Duty
2010 F150 XLT 4×2
2010 F150 XLT 4×2 Heavy-Duty
2010 F150 XLT 4×4
2010 F150 XLT 4×4 Heavy-Duty
2010 F250 Cabela
2010 F250 FX4 4×4
2010 F250 Harley Davidson
2010 F250 Lariat 4×2
2010 F250 Lariat 4×4
2010 F250 XL 4X4
2010 F250 XL 4×2
2010 F250 XL 4×4
2010 F250 XLT 4×2
2010 F250 XLT 4×4
2010 F350 FX4 Crew Cab 4×4
2010 F350 FX4 Super Cab 4×4
2010 F350 Harley Davidson
2010 F350 Lariat Crew Cab 4×2
2010 F350 Lariat Crew Cab 4×4
2010 F350 Lariat Super Cab 4×2
2010 F350 Lariat Super Cab 4×4
2010 F350 XL Crew Cab 4×2
2010 F350 XL Crew Cab 4×4
2010 F350 XL Regular Cab 4×2
2010 F350 XL Regular Cab 4×4
2010 F350 XL Super Cab 4×2
2010 F350 XL Super Cab 4×4
2010 F350 XLT Crew Cab 4×2
2010 F350 XLT Crew Cab 4×4
2010 F350 XLT Regular Cab 4×2
2010 F350 XLT Regular Cab 4×4
2010 F350 XLT Super Cab 4×2
2010 F350 XLT Super Cab 4×4
2010 Focus S Sedan
2010 Focus SE Coupe
2010 Focus SE Sedan
2010 Focus SEL Sedan
2010 Focus SES Coupe
2010 Focus SES Sedan
2010 Fusion
2010 Mustang
2010 Mustang GT
2010 Mustang Shelby GT500
2010 Transit Connect Van
2010 Transit Connect Wagon
2009 Escape 2wd
2009 Escape 4wd
2009 F150 FX4 4×4
2009 F150 King Ranch 4×2
2009 F150 King Ranch 4×4
2009 F150 Lariat 4×2
2009 F150 Lariat 4×4
2009 F150 Platinum 4×2
2009 F150 Platinum 4×4
2009 F150 STX 4×2
2009 F150 STX 4×4
2009 F150 XL 4×2
2009 F150 XL 4×2 Heavy-Duty
2009 F150 XL 4×4
2009 F150 XL 4×4 Heavy-Duty
2009 F150 XLT 4×2
2009 F150 XLT 4×2 Heavy-Duty
2009 F150 XLT 4×4
2009 F150 XLT 4×4 Heavy-Duty

Lincoln

2014 MKS 3.5L V6 EcoBoost
2014 MKS 3.7L V6
2014 MKT 3.5L V6 EcoBoost
2014 MKT 3.7L V6
2014 MKX
2014 MKZ 2.0L EcoBoost
2014 MKZ 3.7L V6
2014 MKZ Hybrid
2013 MKS 3.5L V6 EcoBoost
2013 MKS 3.7L V6
2013 MKT 3.5L V6 EcoBoost
2013 MKT 3.7L V6
2013 MKX
2013 MKZ 2.0L EcoBoost
2013 MKZ 3.7L V6
2013 MKZ Hybrid
2013 Navigator
2013 Navigator L
2012 MKS AWD
2012 MKS FWD
2012 MKT 3.5L V6 EcoBoost
2012 MKT 3.7L V6
2012 MKX
2012 MKZ
2012 Navigator
2012 Navigator L
2011 MKS AWD
2011 MKS FWD
2011 MKT AWD
2011 MKX
2011 MKZ
2011 Navigator
2011 Navigator L
2010 MKZ

Mazda

2011 Tribute
2010 Tribute
2010 Tribute Hybrid
2009 Tribute
2009 Tribute Hybrid

Mercury

2011 Mariner 4WD
2011 Mariner FWD
2011 Milan
2010 Mariner 4WD
2010 Mariner FWD
2010 Milan
2009 Mariner 4cyl
2009 Mariner 6cyl
2009 Mariner Hybrid

 

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Huf RDV Valve Stem Measurements

Be in the know before switching from OE wheels to aftermarket. Depending on the size of the wheel, you may need to change the Huf RDV valve stem. We’ve compiled a list of RDV valve stem measurements to help you determine the correct valve for your wheel. You can purchase the Huf RDV valve stem here

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RDV001 GEN1  Gen 1 TPMS Valve 43cm long
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TPMSDirect.com is currently offering the Schrader EZ-Sensor TPMS replacement solution for wholesalers only. If you’re interested in joining our TPMS wholesale program please click here or go to: http://www.tpmsdirect.com/Wholesale_Signup_a/742.htm

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The Schrader EZ-Sensor is the automotive industry’s first patented and programmable OEM-replacement TPMS sensor that is fully programmed to function across diverse car makes and models. The EZ-Sensor requires only a single programming tool and currently boasts a North American TPMS-enabled vehicle fitment coverage of over 85%.

The EZ-sensor is compatible with all required TPMS installation, re-learn, and verification functions, and installation requires only the EZ-sensor itself and a single programming/scan tool. The EZ-Sensor only uses two SKUS, 33000 and 33100. This can help aftermarket retailers, distributors, and service bays eliminate lost sales, simplify TPMS repairs, improve fill rates, and dramatically reduce inventory costs.

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TPMS Relearn Procedures

We’re adding TPMS relearn/programming procedures for new and older vehicles on a daily basis. We recently just added relearn/programming procedures for specific Chevrolet, GMC, and Cadillac vehicles factory equipped with the Schrader 20107 TPMS sensor and Mini Cooper vehicles equipped with the Huf RDE008 TPMS sensor. 

Check our TPMS knowledge base often for updates on the latest in TPMS technical help:

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact us at Customer.Service@TPMSDirect.com and one of our TPMS experts will be happy to assist you. 

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TPMS Sensor Batteries

We receive tons of questions asking about the batteries installed in TPMS sensors.

What type of batteries do OEM sensors use? Can a depleted TPMS battery be removed and replaced? How do you know when a TPMS sensor’s battery has failed? What is the life expectancy of a TPMS sensor? 

Most TPMS sensors are powered by a 3-volt lithium ion battery. Some TPMS sensors use a 1.250-volt nickel metal hydride battery. The battery is encased in the sensor’s molded plastic housing. A battery that is running low on or is depleted requires the replacement of the ENTIRE TPMS sensor assembly.

There are many types of original equipment manufacturer tire pressure monitoring sensors being factory installed in different automotive makes and models. What is common between most system is that sensors are designed to transmit tire pressure data to the vehicle ECU at regular intervals…..Click here to Read on or go to: http://www.tpmsdirect.com/TPMS_Sensor_Batteries_a/850.htm

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Schrader has reached an agreement with Mahindra Reva Electric Vehicles Private Ltd., one of India’s largest vehicle manufacturers. Schrader will provide its integrated pressure-sensing TPMS technology and advanced “snap-in” style sensor to Mahindra Reva’s electric vehicle e2o. Mahindra Reva has plans to export the TPMS-enabled e2o to the European market in 2014. 
 
“We are very proud of our continued growth in the Indian market, and the positive relationship we’ve developed with Mahindra Reva. We source a majority of the leading car companies globally and to provide our TPMS technology for next generation electric cars of India’s leading electric vehicle manufacturer is great news for our company. This order is a clear validation of our strategy to provide the best in TPMS technology to our customers in all global regions.” 
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Huf Generation 1 RDV Valve Installation Instructions

Fore more information about the Huf Generation 1 RDV Valve Stem, please click here. 
Installation Instructions:
1. Before inserting the valve, please ensure that the valve hole and the surface of the rim are cleaned and even to allow for proper sealing.
2. Insert valve through rim of wheel.
3. Insert metal rod into the side hole on the bottom of the valve beneath the rim lip.
4. Place washer over the top of the valve and then tighten the nut to 4Nm of torque.
5. Take screw and affix the sensor making sure the sensor is in full contact with the rim.
6. Tighten the bottom screw using a hex driver to 4Nm.
7. Install tire on the rim as directed for all TPMS sensors.
8. Tighten the valve cap to complete the process.
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