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ATEQ TPMS QuickSetThe QuickSet is the most affordable TPMS reset tool

ATEQ TPMS light reset tool QuickSet

The ATEQ Quickset tool is the perfect tool to replace TPMS Sensor IDs in your vehicle's ECU when switching from summer to winter tires. LIMITED TO 4 CARS ONLY.

The QuickSet downloads the IDs that are stored in your vehicle's ECU. The PC based software allows you to enter the IDs from your alternate set of tires into the QuickSet. You must have your alternate set of IDs available (from a TPMS decoder tool such as the ATEQ VT30, provided by a garage, an invoice or on the sensor itself). Once the QuickSet is updated with the alternate set of IDs, you are able to upload these to your vehicle's ECU through the OBDII port.

Included in the box: 
- TPMS Quickset 
- OBDII cable 
- USB Cable 
- Installation CD




Computer requirements: 

OS: Windows 2000, XP, Vista (32 and 64), windows 7
CPU: Pentium 333 Mhz or faster
RAM: 512 MB or above
Hard Drive space: 30MB minimum
USB Port: USB 2.0 is required
Internet connection is required. 

How to use the ATEQ TPMS reset QuickSet:

  • Ensure you have the IDs for the Sensors in the wheels not currently registered with your vehicle.

  • Install desktop software from CD provided with your QuickSet.
  • Make sure to install the software and the driver.
  • Launch the QuickSet software and follow the on-screen instructions.



TPMS software
Select your vehicle in the software



Follow the instruction on the screen, unplug the quickset and go to your vehicle.


TPMS software

Connect the QuickSet to your OBDII port (usually located under the dash)


TPMS software

Turn the key to ON without starting the car (cars with push button, press the botton twice without pressing the brake pedal).

Press winter or summer on the QuickSet tool according to theTPMS sensor IDs stored into your car.


TPMS software

Connect the QuickSet tool back to your computer and follow the onscreen instructions.

When prompted, type sensor IDs for the other wheel set into the appropriate fields.

When finished, click on SAVE TO QUICKSET.


TPMS software

Connect the QuickSet back to your OBDII port, turn the ignition ON and load your new set of TPMS sensor IDs to the vehicle by pressing the summer or winter button.

Disconnect the QuickSet and drive the vehicle for a few kilometers until the TPMS light turns off.

Q- Why can’t I run my QuickSet program? 
A- Most communication failures are due to:
1- USB Driver was not installed or incorrect USB Driver installed- must install correct driver for your computer Operating System (see compatible drivers).
2- QuickSet was not plugged into your computer through the USB cable during installation or running QuickSet program.
3- QuickSet tool is not compatible with your Operating System (see information tab).

Q- Where do I get the ID numbers for my TPM sensors?
A- The ID numbers should be documented at the time of purchase in order to program the QuickSet tool. 
NOTE: If you are not able to find the ID’s in your paperwork you must contact the company that the sensors where purchased from. You can decode your sensor IDs using a TPM decoder such as the ATEQ VT30 or ask a tire shop to decode the sensor IDs for you.

Q- Why do I get a “RED” or "Orange" light when my Quickset is connected to my computer? 
A- Corrupted firmware installed into the Quickset, contact ATEQ support.

Q- Why do I get a “RED” light when I try to download the ID’s from my Vehicle's ECU? 
A- Try pressing the button a second time. Need to update QuickSet software, QuickSet tool is not currently compatible with your vehicle (see compatibility chart).

Q- Why do I get a “RED” light when I try to upload the ID’s to my Vehicle's ECU?
1- Not including “spare tire” for second set of wheels on QuickSet set-up.
2- You must turn the ignition key to the “ON” position with engine “OFF” before the QuickSet tool is plugged into the vehicle ECU. (Push start equipped vehicles: press the push start button twice without pressing the brake pedal.)

Q- How do I get the TPMS light to shut off after loading ID’s to the ECU 
A- You must drive the vehicle for a minimum of 10 minutes at over 25 MPH, if the light remains on one or more of the following may be occurring:
1- Tire pressure is not within the specified manufactures value.
2- Sensors installed are not compatible with vehicle's ECU.
3- Not all “custom rims” are compatible with vehicle TPMS.
4- Some aftermarket window tint are not compatible with vehicle TPMS. 

Q- I went through the procedure and have a green light on the tool after pressing winter or summer but the TPMS light is still on:
A- You tire sensors might still be in sleep mode: Several ways we could try to activate the sensors: 
1- Drive the vehicle “right after” the reprogramming.
2- Drop the tire pressure to 25% less than what is specified on the placard and inflate them back to the standard value. Do the same for each tire. 
3- Visit the dealer or the tire store to see if they can“trigger” the sensors for you.
   a. Sensors will be activated when they are trigger.
   b. You can compare their triggered values with the IDs that you have on hand.
4- Buy or rent a TPM trigger tool such as the ATEQ VT30.

A- Some aftermarket sensor IDs have values which fall outside of the values accepted by the vehicle's ECU.


Q- Why do I get "mfc90.dll could not be dound in the specified path" on my computer? 

ATQuickSet install error
A- The correct Visual C++ package needs to be installed on your computer, you can download and install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Feature Pack


Q- Why do I get "application has failed to start because its side-by-side configuration is incorrect" on my computer? 

A- The correct Visual C++ package needs to be installed on your computer, you can download and install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Feature Pack


Software and drivers for for the TPMS Quickset are located in the Support section.