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How to add a transmitter on your TireMinder TPMS

Regardless of which model of TireMinder® TPMS you have, follow these instructions to add a transmitter to your TireMinder system.

  1. Make sure you are in Monitoring Mode. Monitoring Mode is the mode where you can switch between temperature and pressure using the right and left button.
  2. Press and hold the left and right buttons for 5 seconds until you hear a beep and see all 22 tire positions on the monitor.
  3. Once you see all 22 tire positions, you can confirm you are in Learning Mode. This mode is where you can add or remove a tire position.
  4. Using the left, right and center buttons, set each tires baseline to the desired pressure.
  5. To add a transmitter, go to the desired tire position on the monitor that correlates to the physical position you would like to monitor, example: position #1 on the display and the front driver’s side tire of a Motorhome.
  6. Once you are at the position you would like to add on the monitor, attach the transmitter to the valve stem.
  7. After about 5-30 seconds the monitor will receive a reading from the transmitter and display it on the monitor. It will also shine a green light on the top of the monitor.
  8. Use the right and left buttons to move from tire to tire to add each transmitter to your vehicle(s).
  9. Once all desired transmitters have been added to the correct location, you can exit Learning Mode by pressing and holding the left and right buttons for 5 seconds until you hear a beep.
  10. You will now be back in Monitoring Mode. Make sure the amount of tires you have added are the same amount being displayed in Monitoring Mode. (Example: If you added 10 transmitters, make sure Monitoring Mode displays 10 tire positions.)

Note: In Learning Mode, a red light on the top means no transmitters have been learned to this position. A green light, on the other hand, means a transmitter has been learned to this position.

Note: In Learning Mode, once a transmitter has been learned to a position, that transmitter cannot be learning to another position. If you are having trouble learning a transmitter to a position, make sure the transmitter has not accidentally be learned to a previous position.