Each TPMS sensor has a unique ID code. Please make sure the TPMS sensor is installed in corresponding tire. The arrangements can be changed in the nGauge 4x4 App afterwards if incorrectly installed.
- Remove tyre valve cap, screw in Anti-theft screw.
- Install outer sensor on tyre valve in the correct order.
- Hold the sensor, tighten Anti-theft screw. Check for leakage after tightening.
- Please follow markings/numbering on tyre pressure monitor sensor and install on corresponding tyre.
- Store the provided wrench inside the car when.
- Sensors go in standby mode to save power when not driving. Drive the car for 2-3km to get a reading.
The nGauge 4x4 External TPMS sensors should be installed one by one. Start with the sensor marked 1 or with the indicator on the top left corner for the front left tyre. To install the sensor, remove the standard valve cap and optionally screw on the lock nut all the way to the base of the valve. Then screw on the sensor unit tightly. Hold the sensor and, using the tool provided, tighten the lock nut to the sensor. As soon as the sensor detects the pressure change, it should start sending readings to the app. Proceed to install the remaining sensors in order: front right, back left, back right. The order is not critical as the mapping can be changed easily in the app. To optimise battery use, the sensor only sends readings when the value changes. If no readings are detected, try driving the vehicle a short distance. As the temperature changes, the sensor should start transmitting data. We recommend talking to your tyre fitment centre about the weight tolerances and rebalance the wheels if needed.