Installation Guide

iMTPMS sensors are replacements for motor vehicles that have factory installed Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). Caution each TPMS sensor is designed and manufactured to operate in a specific vehicle make, model, and year. Please make use of application guide and determine the proper sensor for your vehicle.

Read all instructions and warnings before installation. Improper installation will cause the motor vehicle TPMS system to fail to operate properly. Sensors always should be installed and paired to your vehicles ECU by a trained professional reference to the owner's manual.

Do not install sensors in damaged wheels.  If the TPMS system fails to operate properly, check all installation procedures to ensure proper installation.  iMTPMS is also here to assist you troubleshoot any issue you may be having.  Please visit our website complete all questions and our tech support will contact you shortly.


If your TPMS system continues to fail to operate properly (TPMS Light is illuminated), immediately consult a repair facility trained in TPMS installation and repair. Failure to ensure that the TPMS system is functioning properly can result in severe injury or death.



If the OEM equipment wheels or tires are not used it is the responsibility of the vehicle owner to ensure that the TPMS system is functioning properly. The vehicle owner expressly assumes sole and complete responsibility for the TPMS and vehicle function if the OEM equipment wheels and tires are not used. Failure to ensure that the TPMS system is functioning properly can result in severe injury or death.

Metal Valve Stem Install

  • Insert valve stem into the valve hole of the wheel.

  • Install washer and hexagonal nut onto valve stem.

  • Use wrench to hold valve stem and keep vertical. Meanwhile use torque wrench to tighten hexagonal nut with 4.0 N.m (±0.2) torque.

  • Finished

Rubber Valve Stem Install

  • Using valve stem tool, pull the rubber valve stem through until seated.

  • Screw the sensor into the top of the stem. Use a torque wrench to hold valve stem and maintain vertical position, then tighten screw with 1.4 N.m (±0.2) torque.

  • Finished


Each time a tire is serviced or dismounted, or if the sensor is removed or replaced, it is Mandatory to replace the grommet, washer, nut, and valve core to ensure proper sealing. It is MANDATORY to replace the sensor if it is externally damaged.


Failure to follow instructions or the use of improper TPMS sensors may result in the motor vehicle TPMS failure and cause property damage, personal injury or death.