Download Installation : 1. Before installing the tire pressure sensor, clean the mating surface on the sensor and the aluminum wheel. 2. Install the tire pressure sensor to the aluminum wheel and loosely install the valve nut. Make sure the pressure sensor is resting on the wheel. 3. Torque the valve nut to 4 N·m (36 in-lb) while holding the tire pressure sensor toward the wheel. You may hear a snap or pop as you tighten the nut–this is normal. 4. Install the tires according to the procedure in the service manual. Be careful not to damage the new sensor. 5. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the area where the center cap emblem will attach. 6. Remove the adhesive backing from the center cap emblem. 7. Attach the center cap emblem to the wheel center cap by aligning its pins with the holes in the wheel center cap. After attaching, hold the emblem firmly against the wheel center cap with the palm of your hand for 30 seconds. 8. Slide the push nuts onto the pins. Note the direction of the push nuts. 9. Install the cap onto the wheel. 10. Open the driver’s door. Using isopropyl alcohol, clean the tire pressure information label on the doorjamb. Remove the adhesive backing from the new information label and attach it over the old label. 11. Install the wheels on the vehicle and torque them to 108 N·m (80 lb-ft). Put the valve stems at the 12 o’clock position before lowering the vehicle to the ground. 12. Do the sensor ID learning procedure (see page 4). 13. Connect the HDS to the vehicle, make sure the correct VIN is populated, and enter the mileage.