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2012 Audi A5

Submodel / Qualifier: Direct TMPS

SKU Results:

Sens.it RS+ Sensor: 234234

TPMS Sensor Frequency: 315

OE Valve: None

OE Service Kit: 59112

OE Service Kit Torque: 8 (71)

Universal Service Kit: U1-3

Universal Service Kit Torque: 6 (53)

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OBD-Learning on Honda & Toyota Vehicles

OBD-Learning on Honda & Toyota Vehicles

Registering new TPMS sensors on most Japanese vehicles requires writing the ID numbers directly to the ECU through the diagnostic port (OBD-learning). On some Honda vehicles (including Acuras) and Toyotas (incl Lexus & Scion), the TPMS warning light will stay on...

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Manual Learning on Ford Vehicles

Manual Learning on Ford Vehicles

Most Ford vehicles (including Lincoln & Mercury) with direct TPMS systems learn TPMS sensors manually. Typical method for initializing learn mode is by tapping the brake pedal and turning the ignition on in a certain sequence; then a TPMS tool can be used to...

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Manual Learning on GM Vehicles

Manual Learning on GM Vehicles

Most General Motors vehicles (Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Hummer, Pontiac, Saab, Saturn, etc) with direct TPMS systems learn new sensors manually. Typical method for initializing learn mode is by turning the ignition on and holding the lock & unlock buttons on the...

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TPMS Reset on Toyota Vehicles

TPMS Reset on Toyota Vehicles

Toyota/Lexus/Scion vehicles with direct TPMS also come equipped with a TPMS reset feature. A button located in the glovebox or under the steering wheel allows techs to initialize the system after installing new wheels/tires, changing tire sizes or performing tire...

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Ford Banded TPMS

Ford Banded TPMS

The very first Ford models with tire pressure monitoring systems (model years 2002-06) were equipped with integrated valve/sensor units. The TPMS sensor was mounted on the bottom of the valve, and the metal stem couldn't be replaced. The second generation of Ford TPMS...

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Sensor IDs on Ford Banded Sensors

Sensor IDs on Ford Banded Sensors

Ford maintains tight tolerances on the sensor IDs for their vehicles’ TPMS systems. For the cars & trucks that come equipped with OEM banded sensors, the ID must start with either a 1 or a 2.If a different ID is programmed into the aftermarket sensor, then the...

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Sensor IDs on Ford Banded Sensors

Sensor IDs on Ford Banded Sensors

Ford maintains tight tolerances on the sensor IDs for their vehicles’ TPMS systems. For the cars & trucks that come equipped with OEM banded sensors, the ID must start with either a 1 or a 2.If a different ID is programmed into the aftermarket sensor, then the...

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Sensor IDs on Ford Snap-in Sensors

Sensor IDs on Ford Snap-in Sensors

Ford maintains tight tolerances on the sensor IDs for their vehicles' TPMS systems. For the newer cars & trucks that come equipped with OEM snap-in sensors, the ID must start with either a 3 or a 6. The first vehicles that used snap-ins after switching from banded...

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Sens.it RS+ TPMS Sensors Compatible with ABS-learning

Sens.it RS+ TPMS Sensors Compatible with ABS-learning

Several newer vehicles come equipped with ABS-based learning, for the TPMS system. For example, certain models from these makes: Chrysler, Ford, GM, Hyundai/Kia, Mazda, Nissan & Toyota. The systems utilize data from both the TPMS sensors and from the ABS system...

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Sens.it RS+ TPMS Sensors Support LF-Learning

Sens.it RS+ TPMS Sensors Support LF-Learning

Several mid-2000's German vehicles (Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen) and some early-model Jaguar/Land Rover vehicles came equipped with LF-learning TPMS systems. Low-frequency initiators in each wheel well triggered the sensors in a certain way, so that the...

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