C-Max(from 2014-03 to 2014-12). C-MAX(from 2014-03 to EOP). Ecosport(from 2014-10 to EOP).Escape(from 2014-03 to 2015-12). Expedition(from 2017-04 to EOP). Explorer(from 2017-04 to 2022-03). F-150(from 2014-03 to 2015-12). F-150(from 2015-03 to EOP). Fiesta(from 2014-05 to 2015-12). Fiesta(from 2016-01 to EOP). Fiesta Van(from 2014-03 to 2015-12). Fiesta Van(from 2014-06 to 2017-12). Focus(from 2010-12 to 2017-03). Focus(from 2014-03 to 2018-12). F-Series(from 2014-03 to 2016-12). F-Series(from 2015-01 to 2020-12). Ka+(from 2016-01 to EOP). Kuga(from 2012-11 to 2019-09). Kuga(from 2014-10 to 2021-09). Tourneo Connect(from 2014-03 to EOP). Tourneo Courier(from 2014-10 to EOP). Transit(from 2014-06 to 2014-12).
Transit(from 2014-06 to 2015-12). Transit Connect(from 2014-03 to EOP).
Transit Courier(from 2014-10 to EOP). What are the benefits of servicing TPMS sensors? Servicing extends the life of the sensor and avoids the unnecessary costs associated with replacement. This maintains the functionality of the sensor, which ultimately. Reduces the car's C02 emissions.When do sensors require servicing? Manufacturers recommend servicing TPMS sensors every time the tire bead is broken, e. Whenever a tire is repaired or replaced, in order for them to last their full lifetime of approximately 7 years.
What's the deal about frequency? With TPMS Systems, they predominantly work using two different frequencies. For the UK and Europe, the frequency used is 433Mhz. For North and South America, the frequency is lower at 315Mhz. Please refer to the relearn procedure below.
If replacement sensors have been fitted, vehicle will need to be stationary for minimum of 15 minutes. If required, place the vehicle into the relearn mode using the appropriate dashboard controls. Drive above 32kmh (20mph) until the new sensor IDs are learned by the vehicle. This may take up to 20 minutes depending on the model.