Autel MaxiTPMS TS601 Diagnose TPMS on Porsche Cayenne 2010

Here is the test reports of how to use Autel MaxiTPMS TS601 TPMS service tool and scanner on Porsche Cayenne 2010 when the TPMS warning light is on, which may indicate low tire pressure or a broken sensor.

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in order to solve the problem and turn off the warning light, we should activate the TPMS sensors using Autel TS601 MaxiTPMS scan tool

 

power up the Autel TS601

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select TPMS from the main menu

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select the make, model and year to enter the sensor activation screen (it’s Porsche Cayenne 2010-12)

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take a walk around the car to each line and point Autel TS601 tool at the valve stem

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then press trigger button

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—> if the sensors are good and reading successful, the sensor info will be showed on the screen

in this case, the TPMS light is probably caused by the low tire pressure

check the test result on the TS601 to find out the tire with low pressure value

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inflate the tire and the problem is solved

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—> if the sensor is bad and reading unsuccessful, this may indicate the sensor is broken either mechanically or electronically

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in this case, you need to replace sensor by cloning one with the original sensor id, or simply create a new one with a generated sensor id

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there are 3 ways to clone a set of TMP sensors using Autel TS601 scanner and a MX-sensor

Method 1:

using TS601 to activate the broken OE sensor

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directly to retrieve the sensor id

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then program to the MX-sensor

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Method 2:

it’s used when the original sensor is not transmitting any more

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in this case, connect the MaxiTPMSTS601 scan tool to the vehicle by the TS601 OBDII cable

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and retrieve the sensor id from the car system

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unplug the TS601 from the car when learning is successful

insert the MX-sensor and program the copied id to the sensor to finish coding

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Method 3:

it’s to manually input the original sensor id to Autel TS601

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then program it to the MX-sensor

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since the new sensors are programmed with the same original sensor id, install it in the same position on the wheel

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no TPMS relearn procedure is needed after replacement

 

Note:

for busy shops where fast and volume production of copied or programmed sensors are greatly needed, the sensor programming accessory device MaxiTPMS Pad is the ideal solution for fast growing business. it performs sensor activation, copying and programming just in 3 steps. Very fast.

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Autel Maxisys ms906ts,maxitpms ts601,  Auetl ts501,   Autel ts401, maxitpms pad

Enjoy!

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