iOro TPMS Sensor Generation II with Metal Valve (OTI-003A) by Oro-Tek™, 1 Item. Covering 90% of the TPMS vehicle market, ORO-TEK’s three iORO Sensors feature the iORO Multi Vehicle Protocol technology which allows for servicing TPMS systems on just about any kind of vehicle imaginable with just one iORO sensor. These superior sensors deliver the same quality, performance and durability as OE components and require no new tools for installation.
- Cover 90% of the entire vehicle market
- Allow for servicing most customer TPMS systems with just one iORO sensor
- Work exactly the same as OE sensors
- No new tools are needed to get the job done right
- Plug-n-Relearn -just install the sensor, inflate the tire and iORO is set to be relearned
- Made to exact OEM specifications in fit, form and function
ORO-TEK’s iORO TPMS sensor line incorporates the patent pending iORO Multi Vehicle Protocol technology, with three sensors covering an astounding 90% of all vehicles on the road today. The first iORO sensor is a cost-effective replacement for 70% of all vehicle models, not only Ford, Chevy and Chrysler, which means that you can use just one sensor to properly service most TPMS systems. The second sensor is what the doctor ordered if you need to replace malfunctioning TPMS sensors found on most 433 MHz applications including BMW while ORO-TEK's third sensor fits a wide range of Asian import models. All iORO TPMS sensors are manufactured from top-grade materials and provide complete coverage with OE fit, function and durability. Save your time and money using these top-notch sensors that work with your existing tools and don't require any additional expensive tools to get the job done the first time. What makes these sensors so great is Plug-n-Relearn – you just need to install the sensor, inflate the tire and iORO is set to be relearned.
ORO-TEK has been in the tire-pressure monitoring business since the very beginning in 2006, when the NHTSA first required TPMS systems be installed on new vehicles. The California-based company estimates that over ten million TPMS sensor will need to be replaced annually, as more new cars with sensors hit the road. OROTEK is heavily involved in efforts to educate tire and wheel technicians about specifics on installing and maintaining TPMS systems in the aftermarket industry, but in educating the public about TPMS systems, and the federal guidelines governing their installation.