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Foxwell T1000 (TPMS Programmer)

Foxwell T1000 (TPMS Programmer)

Regular price $99.00 USD
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Foxwell's T1000 is an affordable universal TPMS service tool. It accurately activates and decodes TPMS sensors and program Foxwell self-developed T10 sensor. It is so easy that training is nearly not necessary as the whole process is displayed on-screen. Even the newest recruited technician can use the T1000 to complete his task.


  • 🎉【What is FOXWELL T1000?】FOXWELL T1000 is 2021 new generation TPMS scanner to activate OEM/Universal TPMS sensors, retrieve TPMS sensor data (sensor ID,tire pressure, temperature, battery condition and OE part number), relearn 98% sensor IDs, program FOXWELL T10-sensor to replace bad sensors and testing RF Remote Keyless Entry Key Fob.
  • 🎉【FOXWELL Sensor Programming】This T1000 can program FOXWELL exclusive T10-sensor to meet the specifications of a particular vehicle before new sensor installation and relearn. Therefore, the healthy T10 Sensors can measure tire pressure and temperature accurately, allowing you to know tire health conditions, which can replace more than 95% of the original or OEM sensors. 3 different sensor programming methods are supported: Copy by Activation; Manual Create; Automatic Creat
  • 🎉【98% TPMS Relearning】+【Exclusive 3 Types of Sensor Learning】 FOXWELL T1000 TPMS Relearn Tool can be served as a professional TPMS relearn scanner, to relearn almost all known sensor IDs, which is popular with car repair shops and DIY car owners. For better compatibility, 3 types of sensor relearning are offered : self learning; indirect learning; static learning. The sensor relearning is easy to operate as user manual is fairly clear and intuitive.🚩Kindly Note: OBD Relearn NOT supported.
  • 🎉【TPMS Sensor Activation】+【Get Accurate Sensor Data in seconds】This FOXWELL T1000 enables you to activate 99% OEM/Universal TPMS sensors in the market. You can rapidly and accurately trigger and decode sensors to read their ID, pressure, temperature, battery, frequency and OE Part number before servicing the tires/wheels or when you are performing programming or relearn. No need to purchase separate activation tool. The 2 types of sensor activation: in All wheel mode and in Single wheel mode.
  • 🎉【Key Fob Testing Tool & OE Information Reading】This TPMS tool T1000 is capable of testing Key Fob, which can precisely test 315MHz and 433MHz key fobs to ensure whether it is perfectly running, being super easy for users to identify the key fob condition. Instead of going to dealership., it will save your time and money. The T1000 TPMS scanner is designed to detect OE part number. You can quickly obtain detailed parameters, facilitate communication with suppliers, and avoid errors largely.

    Activation in All Wheel Mode

    The all wheel mode provides a vehicle icon on the screen to give user prompts for each wheel. In this mode, each TPM has wheel locations of LF (Left Front), RF (Right Front), RR (Right Rear),LR (Left Rear) and spare (if the car has a spare tire).

    1. In all wheel mode, the solid spot flashes at the wheel to be tested. Depending on the sensor type, place the tool to the correct position to insure sensor activation and decode. There will be a detailed chart illustrating how to correctly place the tool in the user manual.

    2.Press Activate to test the TPM. If test passes, TPM data is briefly displayed for 3 seconds and

    then the solid spot on the vehicle icon moves around to prompt that the next wheel should be

    tested. Or manually move around vehicle using UP/DOWN arrow keys.

    3. TPM data is stored and can be accessed by selecting a wheel location and press the YES key.

    4. The TPMS tool will show you the test results including Sensor Type, Illustration and Description.

    Activation in Single Wheel Mode

    1. In single wheel mode, the screen displays "trigger" and "all IDS" when the TPM sensor is selected.

    2. Correctly place the trigger tool and press the Test key.

    3. The tool moves to next wheel to be tested automatically or manually select a wheel to test using UP/DOWN arrow keys. Repeat the steps to complete test of all wheels.

    4. Press YES key to review test results.

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