Thursday, February 13, 2014

Porsche TPM number 99760602100, 9976062101

Porsche has added a part number to the catalog for their tire pressure monitoring sensors for the 996 and 997 vehicles.&nbsp; Both part numbers #99760602100, 9976062101 are a call for the same part 433MHz Huf/Beru RDE001<br />
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The sensor is used in conjunction with 43mm aluminum valve stem RDV001<br />
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No programming is required to activate the Porsche sensors, just a reset through the onboard computer in the dash.<br />
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Friday, December 6, 2013

Porsche TPMS 99760602100

The 99760602100 is an OEM sensor for the early model 997 chassis. The OEM sensor is made by Huf Electronics in Germany. The valve stems that fit this car are the RDV001 (silver), RDV006 (black), and RDV007 (Gunmetal). These TPMS sensors have an auto relearn feature, so no programming is required. These sensors also fit Porsche models with these part numbers: 95536105300, 99760602100, 9976062101, RDE001, 20077. Here is a list of fitments for this sensor:
Make Year Model
Audi 2009 A8
2009 A8L
2009 A8L W12
2009 S8 Sedan
2008 A8
2008 A8L
2008 A8L W12
2008 S8 Sedan
2007 A8
2007 A8L
2007 A8L W12
2007 S8 Sedan
2006 A8
2006 A8L
2006 A8L W12
2005 A8
2005 A8L
2005 A8L W12
2004 A8L
Bentley 2005 Continental GT
2004 Continental GT
Ferrari 2011 599 GTB Fiorano
2011 599 SA Aperta
2010 599 GTB Fiorano
2010 599 HGTE
2010 612 Scaglietti
2009 599 HGTE
2009 599GTB Fiorano
2009 612 Scaglietti
2008 599 HGTE
2008 599GTB Fiorano
2008 612 Scaglietti
2007 599 HGTE
2007 599GTB Fiorano
2007 612 Scaglietti
2006 612 Scaglietti
2005 575M Maranello
2005 612 Scaglietti
2004 575M Maranello
2004 612 Scaglietti
2003 575M Maranello
2002 575M Maranello
2001 550 Maranello
2000 550 Barchetta
2000 550 Maranello
1999 550 Maranello
1998 550 Maranello
1997 550 Maranello
Maserati 2010 GranTurismo
2010 GranTurismo S Automatic
2010 Quattroporte
2010 Quattroporte Executive GT
2010 Quattroporte S
2010 Quattroporte Sport GT S
2009 GranTurismo
2009 GranTurismo S
2009 Quattroporte
2009 Quattroporte Executive GT
2009 Quattroporte S
2009 Quattroporte Sport GT S
2008 GranTurismo
2008 GranTurismo S
2008 Quattroporte
2008 Quattroporte Executive GT
2008 Quattroporte Sport GT
2008 Quattroporte Sport GT S
2007 Quattroporte
2007 Quattroporte Executive GT
2007 Quattroporte Sport GT
2006 Quattroporte
2005 GranSport
2005 GranSport Spyder
2005 Quattroporte
Porsche 2009 911 Turbo
2008 911 Carrera
2008 911 Carrera 4
2008 911 Carrera 4S
2008 911 Carrera S
2008 911 GT2
2008 911 GT3
2008 911 GT3 RS
2008 911 Targa 4
2008 911 Targa 4S
2008 911 Turbo Cabriolet
2008 911 Turbo Coupe
2008 Boxster
2008 Boxster RS 60 Spyder
2008 Boxster S
2008 Boxster S Limited Edition
2008 Boxster limited Edition
2008 Cayman
2008 Cayman S
2008 Cayman S Design Edition 1
2007 911 Carrera
2007 911 Carrera 4
2007 911 Carrera 4S
2007 911 Carrera S
2007 911 GT3
2007 911 GT3 RS
2007 911 Targa 4
2007 911 Targa 4S
2007 911 Turbo
2007 Boxster
2007 Boxster S
2007 Cayman
2007 Cayman S
2006 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet
2006 911 Carrera 4 Coupe
2006 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet
2006 911 Carrera 4S Coupe
2006 911 Carrera Cabriolet
2006 911 Carrera Club Coupe
2006 911 Carrera Coupe
2006 911 Carrera S Cabriolet
2006 911 Carrera S Coupe
2006 Boxster
2006 Boxster S
2006 Cayman S With Ceramic Brakes
2006 Cayman S With Standard Brakes
Volkswagen 2006 Phaeton V8
2006 Phaeton W12
2005 Phaeton V8
2005 Phaeton W12
2004 Phaeton V8
2004 Phaeton W12
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Schrader EZ Sensor Promotion!

From December 1 to January 31st 2014, Schrader and Shop TPMS will be promoting the EZ Sensor by offering a free EZ programming tool (#33600) with the purchase of 36 or more EZ Sensors(#33000 & 33100)!  The Schrader EZ sensor is a blank programmable sensor that covers 90% of the vehicles on the road. The sensors come in a 315mhz(#33000) and a 433mhz(#33100) frequency.  The sensor comes with a rubber snap-in valve stem, but there is also an optional aluminum clamp-in valve stem.  The EZ sensor is a great value for tire and repair shops.  Instead of stocking 100's of parts on their shelves, they only need the Schrader EZ Sensor.  The EZ programming tool is easy to use and navigate.  It comes up to date with coverage for 2014 vehicles.   For more information, please give us a call at (714)692-8767(TPMS) or visit us at
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Thursday, May 23, 2013

New Huf Generation Two TPMS RDV001 Valve Stems 

Introducing Huf's generation two RDV001 valve stem. Changes to the new valve stem include a self locking carriage as opposed to the generation one M5 screw, a single use internal crush washer, and an integrated washer. The generation two RDV001 still fits all of the applications that the generation one fit.

Generation 1 Huf RDV001 Valve Stem

Generation 2 Huf RDV001 Valve Stem

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Monday, April 22, 2013

Importance of TPMS

Proper tire pressure maintenance positively impacts
safety, as well as reduces CO2 emissions, fuel
consumption and tire wear.

Studies estimate that more than 70% of vehicles
have at least one significantly underinflated tire;
proper tire inflation can save up to 2% in fuel
consumption and reduce CO2 emissions.

Based on this metric and using Europe as an
example: 2% reduced fuel consumption for 150
million cars (75% of 200 million) means:

21 million liters of fuel or 52.5 million kg
CO2 saved per 100 km

2.52 billion liters of fuel or 6.3 billion kg (63
million tons) CO2 saved per year

Significant cost and environmental savings through
reduced tire wear.

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Monday, April 15, 2013

Conti Pressure Check

Mar 22, 2012

TPMS Forum
Tire pressure monitoring system from Continental compensates for tire temperature for more accurate readings
Inside tire mounting ensures better readings and longer lifetime than exterior-mounted systems
Systems can reduce tire-related breakdowns and increase fuel economy

Mid-America Trucking Show, Louisville, Ky., March 22, 2012. Underinflation, the enemy of commercial truck tires, has been estimated by the Technology and Maintenance Council to cause nine out of 10 tire failures, as well as faster tire wear and reduced fuel economy. Today at the Mid-America Trucking Show, Continental Tire the Americas, LLC revealed its first product that directly addresses this crucial component of tire maintenance.

ContiPressureCheck™ is a new, advanced tire pressure monitoring system specifically designed for commercial vehicles. The system constantly monitors the pressure and temperature of each tire on the vehicle in order to provide real-time, on-demand tire status information and to warn the driver of tire-related problems before they become a critical concern, said Clif Armstrong, CTA’s director of commercial vehicle tire marketing for the Americas.

“ContiPressureCheck is a unique product that brings together all Continental’s expertise in tires, inflation, in-cab displays, sensors and monitoring technologies for a direct system that not only provides advanced, accurate pressure data, but also addresses fleet concerns about fuel economy and operating cost reductions,” Armstrong said.

How it works

ContiPressureCheck integrates its sensors, communication system and data processor into a single module that is housed inside a rubber container and glued to the inner surface of the tire. The sensors continuously monitor both air pressure and the tire’s temperature, and send data wirelessly to the truck’s electronic control unit (ECU). This processes the data, saves warnings and sends them directly to a display in the driver’s cab. The driver can immediately take corrective action and avoid a breakdown before it happens.

The ContiPressureCheck advantages

ContiPressureCheck has two major advantages for commercial truck drivers over other systems, Armstrong said. First, it is the only system on the market to account for the tire’s temperature at its most optimal point inside the tire, which eliminates interference from other outside elements. The system then compensates for the temperature in the inflation data.

“Since a tire’s contained air pressure naturally increases as a vehicle moves, it can be difficult to tell if a hot tire is underinflated. Without some form of temperature compensation, a hot tire that is underinflated might appear to be fine, because the contained air pressure is at or above its cold inflation pressure,” Armstrong said.

“With ContiPressureCheck, which is tire mounted, we measure both tire pressure and temperature, in order to give the most accurate reading. This feature alerts drivers to underinflation issues even in the case of slow leaks, which are difficult to detect in a system that is not compensated. ”

ContiPressureCheck’s construction takes into account years of research into tire pressure monitoring systems, and provides a robust and reliable system – the second advantage of the product, Armstrong added.

“Because the ContiPressureCheck system sensors are placed inside the tire, they are less prone to breakage or accidental damage. This construction also avoids measurement errors due to brake heating,” he said. “The system can be easily installed when tires are replaced or even before the new vehicle is delivered from the manufacturer.”


The benefits of using ContiPressureCheck extend well beyond the longevity of the system and the accuracy of its data. Looking at all the factors that impact a commercial fleet’s costs, Armstrong said ContiPressureCheck addresses several issues that impact fleet operations.

“First is fuel economy. As fuel costs increase, it becomes more and more vital for fleets to manage every drop of diesel. The U.S. Department of Transportation recently reported that in a two-year test, use of a tire pressure monitoring system decreased fuel consumption by 1.4 percent. That alone can pay for the cost of a tire pressure monitoring system, and also reduces emissions,” Armstrong said.

“The benefits don’t stop there. Proper tire inflation also reduces tire wear and the incidence of breakdowns. All of these factors help keep trucks operating longer and more continuously on the road, and thus reducing operating costs for fleets.”

ContiPressureCheck will be available to the North American trucking marketplace in fall 2012. For more information, visit the Continental pavilion at the Mid-America Trucking Show, #18252.
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Wednesday, April 3, 2013

News from The TPMS Forum

Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket, manufacturer and supplier of VDO OE-engineered instrumentation and replacement parts, has released its new VDO 2013 TPMS Replacement Parts Program catalog.

The publication has been expanded to include the latest application validations for the VDO REDI-Sensor Multi-Application TPMS sensor line, which now provides coverage for over 85% of all vehicles in North America with just three sensor SKUs, the company notes.

The overall VDO TPMS Replacement Parts Program has also been expanded with additional coverage of OE sensors and service kits for a wider range of domestic, European and Asian vehicles.

VDO REDI-Sensors require no additional purchases or training to get started. They are pre-programmed with software from the factory and designed to follow OE vehicle relearn procedures.

The 2013 catalog features an application section and an illustrated buyers guide with individual listings for OE sensor assemblies, REDI-Sensor multi-application sensors, service kits, and wheel bands, plus torque specifications, installation tips, service kit generation guide, make/model index, OE cross reference, REDI-Sensor cross reference, REDI-Sensor product information, and contact details.