VT31

TPMS sensor activator and reader

The ATEQ VT31 is a TPMS sensor reader and activation tool to assist in resetting a domestic standalone TPMS systems. Once relearn is initiated, use the VT31 to trigger the TPMS sensors, allowing the new TPMS sensor ID’s to be captured by the vehicle’s ECU.

AVAILABLE IN NORTH AMERICA ONLY

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  • Replace your pencil gauge to read tire pressure
  • Test all TPMS sensor data before working on a vehicle
  • Resets domestic vehicles

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VT31 features

  • Activates and reads TPMS sensors of domestic vehicles
  • Displays all sensor data in seconds: ID, tire pressure,
  • tire temperature, battery status, etc.
  • Selects vehicles via Make Model Year look-up
  • Easy-to-read display
  • User friendly navigation and command buttons

Easy TPMS reset

Easy to use right out of the box, the tool is designed for TPMS reset for domestic vehicles and drivers who have two sets of tires and wheels for their vehicle, such as winter tires.

Read TPMS sensors

Simply position the tool to the sidewall of the tire at a 90º angle above the wall stem to read and diagnose TPMS sensor information.


VT31 specifications

In the box

  • VT31 tool
  • Quick start guide

VT31 tool


Size (HxWxD) 6” x 3.4” x 1.3” (153 mm x 86 mm x 33 mm)
Weight 0.4 lbs. (0.2 kg)
Screen 2.75 inches
Power Supply 9V battery (Sold Separately) 
Radio Reception 315 and 433 MHz
Interface Languages: English, French, Spanish
Warranty 1 year

Database includes


 

Car model coverage Includes all current domestic direct-type TPMS vehicles and cannot be updated to include future vehicles

 

Part numbers


Americas VT31-0000

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Detailed information about the VT31 including features, specifications and more.


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