TPMS TOOLS FOR PEUGEOT VEHICLES
ATEQ TPMS and Aftermarket solutions help garages and tire shops service their customers’ vehicles faster, better and more securely. ATEQ works closely with Toyota and other OEM’s, both on the production line and in the Peugeot dealerships and workshops. Our collaboration gives us access to the latest TPMS Protocols as soon as a new vehicle is brought to the market.
Peugeot vehicles equipped with Direct TPMS
Peugeot Boxer/Boxer Combi (2013-2020); Peugeot 1007 (2005-2009); Peugeot 207 (2005-2016); Peugeot 307/cc; Peugeot 308/cc/SW (2007-2015); Peugeot 308 GT/GTi (2011-2013); Peugeot 3008 (2009-2016); Peugeot 407/407 Coupé/SW (2004-2012); Peugeot 4008 SUV (2014-2017); Peugeot 508/508 SW (2010-2017); Peugeot 5008 (2009-2013); Peugeot 5008 (2013-2017); Peugeot 607; Peugeot 807 (2002-2014); Peugeot Expert 2 (2007-2016); Peugeot iOn (Updated) (2014-2020); Peugeot Landtrek (2019-2020); Peugeot RCZ (2010-2017); Peugeot 208 (2014-2019); Peugeot 301 (2014-2020); Peugeot Partner 2/Tepee (2014-2018).
Peugeot vehicles equipped with Indirect TPMS
Peugeot 107; Peugeot 108 (2014-2020); Peugeot 208 2/e-208 (2019-2020); Peugeot 2008; Peugeot 308 2/308 2 SW (2013-2020); Peugeot 308 GT/GTi (2015-2019); Peugeot 3008 SUV (2016-2020); Peugeot 508 2/508 2 SW (2018-2020); Peugeot 5008 SUV (2016-2020); Peugeot Bipper/Bipper Tepee (2007-2017); Peugeot Expert 3/Combi/Tepee (2016-2020); Peugeot Partner 3/e-Partner Tepee (2019-2020); Peugeot Rifter (2018-2020); Peugeot Traveller (2016-2020).
Peugeot’s top best-selling passenger cars are the Peugeot 208, the Peugeot 2008 small crossover, the Peugeot 3008 and the Peugeot 2008.
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WHICH DEVICE SHOULD I USE FOR PEUGEOT TPMS SYSTEMS?
All ATEQ tools are compatible with Peugeot original sensors. Many devices also program universal aftermarket sensors to be fitted in Peugeot vehicles. To reset or to relearn the Peugeot TPMS ECU, an OBD capable tool is many times indispensable.
|The ATEQ VT56 is the all-in-one comprehensive TPMS tool with coverage for all Peugeot vehicles on the European, Asian and African markets. It also covers all PSA brands (Peugeot, Citroen, DS, Vauxhall and Opel), as well as all other TPMS equipped vehicles on the market. With its OBDII module and advanced features, the tool acts as a full diagnostic tool for all TPMS maintenance. Use the ATEQ VT56 to reset any Peugeot vehicle’s ECU in less than 2 minutes. Find out more about the ATEQ VT56 here.|
The Q-1244-BX TPMS TOOL for PEUGEOT vehicles is accessible for all PEUGEOT dealers from PSAs own purchase platform. It includes all PSA brands (Peugeot, Citroen, DS, Vauxhall and Opel). To reset the ECU on most Peugeot vehicles, the Q-1244-BX is used in conjunction with the Peugeot Diagnostic tool. If you are not a Citroen dealer, look for the ATEQ VT36, which is the multibran version of the same tool. User Manuals for the Q-1244-BX Tool for PSA can be found here.
When a Peugeot TPMS sensor is broken, or does not respond anymore, it is time to replace it. Go to the Part Number Lookup menu in the ATEQ TPMS tool menu, to find the right Original Equipement spare part replacement number for Peugeot. Another alternative is to programme a universal sensor. A TPMS programming tool such as the VT36, VT46 and the VT56 allows to programme over 10 brands of universal sensors.See this video about programming a sensor.
Peugeot vehicles use two types of TPMS systems: direct TPMS and indirect TPMS. Direct TPMS systems, used in for example the Peugeot 1007, 3008, 4008, 508 etc. use TPMS sensors inside the wheel to report pressure data to the vehicle’s ECU in real time. Direct systems are more accurate and reliable to indicate which tire is underinflated. An indirect TPMS system uses an ABS system to monitor the speed of the wheel and communicate to the ECU. Peugeot vehicles such as the 107, 108, 2008, 208 use indirect systems. Indirect systems are less reliable since they cannot tell the driver which tire is low on pressure, and won’t warn the driver if all four tires are losing pressure at the same time. When using a tool such as the VT56 from ATEQ, the tool clearly describes all TPMS relearn methods – even the indirect!
Peugeot uses indirect TPMS on many of their cars. This basic system, uses wheel rotation monitoring and often ABS wheel speed sensor information to establish if there is a pressure issue or a puncture. It is necessary to reinitialise the system every time one or more tyre pressures are adjusted, and after changing one or more wheels. The process varies from one Peugeot vehicle to the other. To quickly find the reinitialisation processes for all Peugeot vehicles, even the INDIRECT, professionals can use an ATEQ VT56 TPMS tool. It contains step-by-step instructions, for all Peugeot and PSA vehicles.
Most Peugeot vehicles make use of either Indirect TPMS or a TPMS system which requires a diagnostic tool. Only the Peugeot Boxer/Boxer Combi uses a TPMS system, where the relearn is made through a Auto Relearn Procedure. Reason why it is different? Because it is built based on the same vehicle platform as the Fiat Ducato and Citroën Jumper.
Auto Relearn is a very simple relearn process. However, for a workshop technician, its big disadvantage lies in that fact that he will have to drive the vehicle, sometimes for up to 10-15 minutes, to turn the TPMS warning light off. To avoid driving their customers’ vehicles, professionals can use an ATEQ VT56 TPMS tool with OBD module to reset the Peugeot Boxer TPMS system in less than 2 minutes.Private individuals are recommended to contact the Peugeot network or a qualified workshop to check the TPMS system after a puncture or after having refitted a tire on the original rim.