Programming TPMS sensors with out a handheld programmer


I have not tried this yet, but I thought it was worth saving.




Turn the key to ON, but do not start the car.
Hold both the "LOCK" and "UNLOCK" on the remote, until you hear the horn sound off.
It will now be in the learn mode, and should say so on the display above the steering wheel.

Do the following in the exact order shown below.

Left Front Wheel - Let a bit of air pressure out of wheel and wait for horn to sound.
Right Front Wheel - Let a bit of air pressure out of wheel and wait for horn to sound.
Right Rear Wheel - Let a bit of air pressure out of wheel and wait for horn to sound.
Left Rear Wheel - Let a bit of air pressure out of wheel and wait for horn to sound.

The horn should sound off again after the last tire to signify that all 4 tires TPMS sensors have been learned.
The display above the steering wheel should show it's no longer in learn mode.
Turn the ignition key "OFF"
Turn the ignition key "ON", but do not start the car, and verify all 4x tire TPMS sensors are recognized by the system.