Car model and year: Chevrolet Corvette C6
Got new Cup Wheels and new GM OEM TPMS tool. Can’t get them to connect.
What usually works for someone is to:
- You need to install the correct OEM sensors for your model year. They are not interchangeable.
- get the car into learn mode. The learn process has to show in the dic before you start procedure.
For what it’s worth. I was having TPMS problems and I bought the Autel MaxiTPMS TS501. It will read mac address from the TPMS when it queries it. Therefore you get instant feedback on whether it is a bad sensor or not. There are tons of videos on Youtube that will show you the procedure in action.
I will be more thorough from now on as I do presume others know the basics sometimes, meh bad: final “2” beep(s)
it will not take … “in the correct order”
I use an Autel MK808 and it’s not procedure specific.
Hope you get it OP
I have one of the earlier Autel TPMS reset tools (TS401), works fine. I have used it several times while switching tires and rims around.
Quick, easy if you follow the sequence. Also comes in handy if you own other cars…
I bought this one OEC-T5 GM TPMS reset tool
works every time (11USD).
2006 C6 Z06, Bought new TPMS sensors too.
Last summer I was in a similar situation with my 2007 when I started to have TPMS XX warnings due to the original sensors being near end of life with weak batteries. In April this year I purchased the OEM brand Schrader 20076 sensors that the factory installed and this TPMS relearn tool that worked perfectly..
To be upgrading…