With the latest firmware, capable of programming and cloning OEM sensors to the Autel MX sensors.
Useful to be able to diagnose TPMS issues and will not only give hex or decimal sensor codes, but battery health, temperature and pressure. This will NOT code vehicles that require ID’s loaded by the OBD port, but will allow a new sensor to be cloned from an old one, either by directly reading the sensor info printed on the block or electronically reading the old sensor. MX sensors can be bought for about £25 off ebay (Amazon don’t seem to have any listed).
I posted on here 2 weeks ago specifically asking if it would be able to recode wheels to car, after fitting spare or winter wheels, with TPMS sensors already installed, with my 2016 Ford Fiesta. Nobody was able to anser this basic question, not even the seller! Took a punt and ordered it, with the view I'd return it if it didn't work! Happy to say a lot of fuss about nothing and it works perfectly with my UK Fiesta:) The menu lists dozens of UK vehicles so I've no doubts that it will reprogram everthing listed, as this machine works just as well as the machine I've seen the mechanics use at the local Ford Garage. Please buy with confidence, if you intend to use it for similar reasons as me:)
The Autel MaxiTPMS TS401 tyre pressure monitor system tool does exactly what it says in the description. You setup the tool with the current car make and model you are working on and the tool then knows what system type you are working on and only allows the correct tests and options to be performed. I used this on a Jaguar XF. It scanned each wheel and gave me the sensor readings and IDs, battery level, psi and temperature. You can reprogram the IDs if you wish, with either a random or self set ID number so sensor cloning is possible, if required. Pressing the info button, the device tells you how your system works and how to program/lean new sensors to it. Car make/models is upgrade-able via internet updates, a CD with a program is provided. Not actually tried this as I use Macs which I expect are not supported.