Toyota vehicles equipped with Direct TPMS
Toyota 4Runner, Toyota Alphard, Toyota Auris, Toyota Auris Touring Sports, Toyota Avalon, Toyota Avensis 2 and Avensis 3, Toyota Aygo, Toyota Camry (XV40), Toyota Camry (XV50), Toyota Camry (XV70), Toyota C-HR, Toyota Corolla, Toyota FJ Cruiser, Toyota GT86, Toyota Hiace, Toyota Highlander 2, Toyota Highlander 3, Toyota Hilux, Toyota iQ, Toyota Land Cruiser, Toyota Mirai, Toyota Prius 2, Toyota Prius 3, Toyota Prius 4, Toyota Prius +, Toyota Proace, Proace 2, Toyota Proace Verso, Toyota RAV4, Toyota Solara, Toyota Urban Cruiser, Toyota Venza, Toyota Verso, Toyota Verso-S, Toyota Yaris.
European Toyota vehicles equipped with Indirect TPMS
Toyota Aygo (Direct TPMS as an option), Toyota Proace 2 (Direct TPMS as an option), Toyota Proace Verso (Direct TPMS as an option).
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All Ateq tools activate & read Toyota original sensors. Most devices also Program universal sensors to be fitted in Toyota vehicles. To reset Or to relearn the Toyota TPMS ECU, an OBD capable tool is indispensable.
Replacing a TPMS sensor on a TOYOTA vehicle
When a Toyota vehicle 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 spare part replacement number for Toyota. 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 programing a sensor, read more in our FAQ section.
Do I need to reset the ECU after having changed a TOYOTA TPMS sensor?
When replacing a sensor with another TPMS OE sensor, it is necessary to perform a relearn. With the VT56 tool and a programmable sensor several options are available. Clone the ID from the “old” sensor, by using the COPY ID, MANUAL ID or RETRIEVE ID functions in the tool, and then transfer the old ID to a programmable sensor. Once you have Cloned the ID, you do not need to reset the ECU, as the ID number has not changed.
How do I reset the ECU on a Toyota vehicle?
After any TPMS maintenance, such as wheel rotation Or Exchange of a faulty Sensor, the ECU needs to be reset. Without exception, the ECU relearn method for all Toyota Vehicles is via the OBD. Using an OBD enabled tool such as the ATEQ VT46, ATEQ VT55 or ATEQ VT56 you’ll be able to reset the ECU in less than 2 minutes.
When do I need to “unlock the ECU” before OBD relearn?
If you’re having issues such as a transfer failure, when performing an OBD relearn on a Toyota, Scion or Lexus, the reset or set button located in the vehicle could have been pushed, which locks your ECU. Connect the OBD Module of the ATEQ VT56 to the vehicle, and press the “unlock ECU” Button. You will now be able to perform a relearn again. To learn more, see our video on Youtube.