Hurrah, TPMS dashboard warnings no more! Or, not so fast…
If it is not clear enough what these units are good for please see the first few pictures on the TPMS disable simulator’s main page.
The device was brought up by stimulated a 433 MHz sensor (part number: 68241067AB ) and is good for various FCA group vehicles. Other compatible part numbers: 4250B668, 56029398AA, 56029398AB, 56029400AA, 56029400AB, 56029400AC, 56029400AD, 56029400AE, 68142397AA, 68241067AA, 68241067AB, 68402371AA, 68406529AA, 68406537AA, 68464665AA, 68359037AA, 7B0907253B, 7B0907253C, 20213, 20284, 20398, 28214, 28239, 28291, 29117, 550-2500, 550-2503, 550-2800, RDE036V21, 4250A225, 4250B975, 4250B995, 4250C276, 4313057L00, 5142340AA, 56029319AA, 56029319AB, 56029319AC, 56029465AA, 56029465AB, 56029465AC, 56029479AA, 56029479AB, 56029526AA, 56053036AA, 56053030AB, 56053030AC, 68001696AA, 68001696AB, 68078861AA, RDE036. It should be good for the following vehicles (according to this ebay store):
Chrysler; 300, 300C, 300S; 2009 – 2019
Chrysler; Town and Country (Limited, Touring, Touring-L); 2011 – 2016
Fiat; 500, 500e, 500L; 2012 – 2019
Volkswagen; Routan; 2011 – 2014
The simulator has not yet been tried out on any vehicle. Got one of the vehicles above and are looking for a solution for the TPMS nuisance ? Get it for FREE! Drop me a message