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TPMS fits Lincoln Navigator 2007-10 - Tire Pressure Sensor

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TPMS fits Lincoln Navigator 2007-10 - Tire Pressure Sensor
Item IDTPMS-ITM-315
Sensor Frequency315 MHz
Replaces OE Part Number7L1Z-1A189A
Relearn CodesFRD-1
Relearn Procedure<b>IMPORTANT:</b> Before following the relearn procedure, please be sure to move the old sensors at least one hundred feet away from the car.<BR><BR><B>With Standard Ignition.</B><BR>1. Inflate all tires to pressure listed on tire placard.<BR>2. Turn ignition to OFF position and press and release brake pedal.<BR>3. Cycle ignition from OFF to RUN position 3 times, ending in RUN position.<BR>4. Press and release brake pedal.<BR>5. Turn ignition to OFF position.<BR>6. Cycle ignition from OFF to RUN position 3 times, ending in RUN position.<BR>7. Horn will sound once and TPMS telltale will blink once train mode is initated. If equipped with message center, it will display TRAIN LF TIRE Place antennae of learn tool on sidewall of LF tire 180 degrees from valve stem to activate sensor. Horn will sound once sensor has been regonized, Repeat step for RF RR and LR tires.<BR>8. After training LR tire the message center will display TRAINING MODE COMPLETE. If the vehicle is not equipped with the message center display, successful completion can be verified by turning the ignition to the OFF position and not hearing the horn sound. If the horn sounds, the training procedure must be repeated.<BR><P><B>With Push-button Start:</B><BR>1. With vehicle off, press and release the brake pedal. <BR>2. Using the push button, press and hold the button until the vehicle is in accessory mode: WARNING: DO NOT PUSH AND RELEASE TOO QUICKLY...PUSH---WAIT FOR SOUND—RELEASE. <BR>3. Power off by pushing the button 1 time. <BR>4. Repeat 3 times ending in ON position.<BR>5. Press and release brake pedal.<BR>6. Using the push button, press and hold the button until the vehicle is in accessory mode.<BR>7. Power off by pushing the button 1 time.<BR>8. Repeat 3 times ending in ON posiiton.<BR>9. Horn will sound once and TPMS telltale will blink once train mode is initated. If equipped with message center it will display TRAIN LF TIRE.<BR>10. Starting at LF tire, decrease air pressure until horn chirps. Repeat procedure for remaining tires in the following order: RF RR and LR. If equipped with bended sensors, Place antennae of learn tool on sidewall of LF tire 180 degree turn from valve stem to activate sensor. Horn will sound once sensor has been recognized. Repeat step for RF RR and LR tires.<BR>11. After successfully programming the LR tire, the message center should display “TRAINING COMPLETE.”<BR>12. Inflate all tires to pressure listed on tire placard.</P>

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