How to use the Quickset TPMS Reset Tool – Instructional Video

How to use the Quickset TPMS Reset Tool – Instructional Video


How to use the ATEQ Quickset to swap summer and winter tires. For this video demonstration, we will swap tires on a 2007 Hyundai Azera The ATEQ Quickset tool is a fantastic tool to swap summer and winter tires on Asian vehicles without the need of a scan tool. The Quickset can store up to four vehicles in its database making it a perfect go-to tool for do-it-yourselfers or shops who only service tires a few times a year. Before we begin, we need to make sure we have the TPMS sensor ID information For the sensors in the wheels that are not currently registered with the vehicle. Use the TPMS activation or trigger tool that displays the sensor IDs on the screen such as a VT31 or VT36. You can simply and easily read the TPMS sensor ID’s, then be sure to write them down. Next we need to make sure that Quickset software is installed on the PC. Now we are ready to swap tires. Connect the quick set tool to the PC using the USB cable that comes with the kit. Open up the ATQuickset software. Select “New Vehicle” at the top of the screen. This will open a selection box where you will select the Make, Model and Year of your vehicle, then select OK to continue. The directions will walk you step-by-step for your vehicle. For the 2007 Hyundai Azera, First we will disconnect the tool from the PC, then turn the ignition on. Next, connect the Quickset to the OBDII connector on the vehicle, located under the dashboard. The LED indicator on the Quickset should be flashing green. Press either winter or summer on the Quickset button depending on which tires you are swapping out. The LED indicator should now be a solid green indicating it is ready to be disconnected. Now connect the Quickset to your PC. Press the summer or winter button for the tires that are installed on your vehicle at the moment. Next, the software will instruct you to enter the TPMS sensor IDs for the other season Starting with the Left Front sensor, then right front sensor, right rear sensor, and left rear sensor. Be sure to enter the spare tire as well, if a TPMS sensor is located in the wheel. Once all sensor ID’s have been entered, select “Save to Quickset”, then continue to follow the on-screen instructions. Once all the steps have been completed, the Quickset should now be programmed to easily switch between winter and summer tires through the OBDII port on your vehicle with a press of the summer or winter buttons the TPMS sensor IDs will be written to the ECU. Thanks for watching! For more information on ATEQ TPMS tool solutions, please visit us at ateq-tpms.com.

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