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Tesla Model S: TPMS Sensor - ID Learn Procedure - Continental

Tesla Model S (2012-2024) Service Manual / Wheels and Tires / TPMS Sensor - ID Learn Procedure - Continental

Setup

  1. Press the Power button and watch the display. When the display shows "ATEQ VT30", note the version number:
    • If the version is EA1-07, refer to TN-14-92-005, "ATEQ TPMS Tool Firmware Update" to update the tool's firmware.
    • If the version is higher than EA1-07, continue this procedure.
  2. In the Main Menu, use the up and down arrows to select Vehicle Selection, then press the Enter (⏎) button.
  3. Use the up and down arrows to select Tesla, then press the Enter button.
  4. Use the up and down arrow to select Left Front.
  5. Hold the ATEQ tool near the valve stem on the left front tire, then press and hold the Read button until the sensor is read.
  6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the 3 remaining tires.
  7. Connect a Laptop with Toolbox 2.0 to the vehicle.
  8. In the top menu, select Tires and Suspension, then select the TPMS Setup tab. Press the Start/Play button and follow the onscreen instructions.

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