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The first assembled Hyundai / Kia  TPMS sensors bypass modules:

Naked assembled TPMS sensors simulating modules

Hurrah, TPMS dashboard warnings no more! Or, not so fast…

This simulator device is basically a TPMS bypass, or TPMS disable solution. It makes the vehicle’s computer think it has pressure sensors on all wheels and everything is fine. As a consequence, any TPMS related error messages and the accompanying dashlights that you experience will clear out leaving the dashboard just as it looks with the original tire pressure sensors (TPMS sensors) mounted on your vehicle. No other wired connection to the vehicle aside from the 12 V input needed for this. The battery powered device does not require even that. 1, 2, 3 or 4 sensors can be simulated by the device.

The device has been brought up by stimulating a Continental VDO KR5TIS-01 TPMS sensor. The part numbers for the simulated sensors are 72-20-862, 4087, A2C98607301, 2910000102400, 52933-D4100, 52933-D9100, 52933-D2100, 52933-F2000. It is compatible with the vehicles below:

 

Hyundai

Elantra (AD): 09.2015 – 06.2020

Genesis (G80/GV80): 01.2021 ->

Genesis G90: 01.2016 – 12.2021

Grandeur (IG): 10.2016 ->

Ioniq (AE): 01.2016 – 04. 2021

Kona / Kona N (OS/OSE): 06. 2017 ->

i30 / i30N (PD/PDE): 01.2017 – 03.2022

 

Kia

Cadenza ? 2017 – 2018

Niro, Niro Hybrid, EV, PHEV (DE): 01. 2016 – 12.2021

Optima, Optima Hybrid (JF): 09.2015 – 02.2020

Picanto (JA): 01.2017 ->

Soul (SK3): 04.2019 – 06.2025

Sportage(QL/QLE): 01.2016 – 05.2021

 

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

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