Annoying TPMS Light on a Dashboard because Tire Sensor(s) just failed?
Do you want to mount new summer/winter wheels without TPMS sensors?
Garage or Dealer are overcharging for TPMS sensors and labour?
Introducing NEW TPMS Bypass – Tire Pressure Monitoring System/Sensors Emulator
The device we sell is a very simple and a lifelong solution to the annoying dash light indicator. It’s designed by our engineers and manufactured according to the highest standards. Ideal for any tyres winter/summer with or without TPMS sensors. TPMS Bypass consists of a small box which can be discreetly placed anywhere within the vehicle.
- Requires 2 x AA batteries only!
- Connects by wireless signal!
- Ideal for Winter and Summer tires!
- No need to replace faulty TPMS sensors!
- No need to take your car to the garage or dealer!
- Bypass all wheels with or without TPMS Sensors!
- Detailed Programming Instructions Included!
With step by step instructions supplied our TPMS Bypass will take less than 10 min to connect and BYPASS TPMS SYSTEM/SENSORS in the vehicle and you’re ready to GO!
What is excellent that our TPMS box works by a wireless signal and not a hard wiring and once our box is removed from the vehicle TPMS system reverts back to it’s original preset. Our product is also suitable for vehicle Annual Tests such as MOT, NCT or any other.
For US-spec DODGE variants
AVENGER 2008 – 2014
CALIBER 2007 – 2012
CARAVAN 2006 – 2007
CHARGER 2006 – 2007
DAKOTA 2008 – 2010
DURANGO 2007 – 2010
GRAND CARAVAN 2006 – 2007
MAGNUM 2005 – 2007
NITRO 2007 – 2012
RAM 1500 2008 – 2010 Double check manufacturing date before purchase!
RAM 2500 2008 – 2010 Double check manufacturing date before purchase!
NOTE: Check manufacturing date and compare it with our compatibility table. Manufacturing and registration dates usually are different and the device might not be compatible.
- 1 x TPMS – Tire Pressure Monitoring System BYPASS (batteries not included)
- 1 x Detailed Programming Instructions
Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems
An increasing number of vehicle makes and models are fitted with tyre pressure monitoring systems (or TPMS for short) and most new vehicles manufactured since 2012(EU) and 2005(US) have TPMS integrated as standard. A sensor valve in each tyre monitors tyre pressures and reports low pressures or tyre pressure imbalances to the driver via the dashboard display.
Battery exhaustion a looming issue with TPMS sensor units
One of the most common TPMS sensor issues is batteries failing within the pressure sensors. These batteries cannot be replaced. Typically the batteries will start to decline rapidly after 5 years of operation. It is also important to note that when one TPMS battery fails the rest of the TPMS valve fitted to the vehicle will soon also fail, as all the batteries have been fitted to the sensors about the same time. TPMS sensor stems can also become corroded over time as they are open to the elements and take on everything the road as to throws at them.
Did You Know?
A faulty TPMS sensor can now result in an immediate MOT/NCT or any other Vehicle test failure. As of 1st January 2015 any car in UK manufactured from 2012 onwards that is displaying a TPMS warning light on the dashboard will automatically fail its MOT test. Car dealers want you to bring your car to them to replace the TPMS sensors. Depending on your dealership, expect to spend between £120-£210/$150-$250 PER WHEEL to have them replaced and coded to the OBD (on board diagnostics). Our TPMS device is designed to Bypass such problem for a fraction of a cost! No need to take your car to the dealer/garage with step by step instructions supplied our TPMS Bypass will take less than 10 min to connect and BYPASS TPMS SYSTEM/SENSORS in the vehicle and you’re ready to GO!
You Are the Best Tire Pressure Monitoring System
Rely on TPMS to warn you only of a puncture or an active air leak. It’s your responsibility as a driver to check your tire pressures monthly, or at least have them checked by someone else. On new cars, the automaker’s recommended pressure is on a placard on the driver’s doorjamb. On older cars, it can be on the trunk lid. It is not on the tire.