Foxwell NT1001 TPMS Trigger Tool Questions and Answers

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Foxwell NT1001 TPMS Trigger Tool Questions and Answers

Q: I was looking at you NT1001 tpms tool and was wondering if there any thing that this tool will not do compared to the more expensive tools .

A: NT1001 is a tpms trigger tool, it has special function of TPM sensor decoder or activator. So, it doesn’t have multi-functions compared to other diagnostic tools. However it will cover more car brand. In a word, NT1001 has a wide range of coverage with single function.

Q: Can Foxwell NT1001 work on win10?

A: when you use it to decode or active the TPMS, it needs no connect to the computer, unless you want to update it.

Q: Can Foxwell NT1001 re-program tpms sensor on 2013 Honda?

A: No, it can’t. It is a professional activator.

Q: No luck to read the TPM sensor information on 2007 Subaru Outback and 2010 Dodge Ram 1500. And when I tried to update, by following the user manual I pressed the “Help” button for 5 seconds but failed to enter “Update” mode.

A:When you use NT1001, firstly please make sure the distance bettween the vehicle and machine not exceed 5cm,then use the built-in magnet to move around the sensor to adjust the frequency, when the device can read your sensor,it means you have adjusted frequency successfully.When you update, firstly turn off the machine, then hold down the “Help” key, then connect to the computer.

Q: 2008 Nissan Maxima need to do this tpms program and program the ecu for a new tire sensor. Can Foxwell NT1001 perform this function?

A: No, it can’t. Recommend you GT80 or GT80 plus (FYI, buy one GT80 plus at you can get one NT1001 for free)

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Foxwell NT1001 TPMS Trigger Tool vehicle list


Foxwell NT1001 TPMS Trigger Tool user manual