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EMAIL: Date: Nov. 16, 2011
"Thank you so much!  I think that the technician at Discount Tire just used the handheld scanning device to try and activate the TPMS sensors.  The directions that you sent me said to use a magnet.  I took an 8-inch speaker and used the magnet on the back-side of it.  I followed the programming directions and within 5 minutes, I programmed the sensors at home in my driveway.  You are a lifesaver!!!"
~ Jon Dusek


Jeep:
Forum Users on JeepForum.com know how easyily Orotek sensors relearn: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f96/2012-tpms-1282371/


Chevy Corvette:
Corvette forum users on Aftermarket TPMS report that Orotek sensors work just like OE sensors: http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c6-corvette-general-discussion/2752490-aftermarket-tpms.html
 
They also like our two-piece design that lets you replace the stem and sensor independently: http://forums.corvetteforum.com/c6-corvette-general-discussion/2462710-oro-tek-wheel-sensors.html
"Just received new aftermarket wheels sensors. They are manufactured by Oro-Tek. Very nice build quality and the stem can be seperated from the sensor. They are adjustable to conform to numerous different wheel profiles. The stems are actually nicer than OEM." ~ Res1cue
 
"The programming worked 1st time. It took all of 3 minutes max. Thanks for the help. " ~Rralteredstates

 

Ford:
Ford forum users brag about Orotek sensors having the best competitive price around! http://www.f150forum.com/f38/ford-part-number-tpms-76010/


Masarati:
Maseratilife forum users love Orotek sensors for thier accuracy:  http://www.maseratilife.com/forums/quattroporte/13219-tpms-sensors-2.html
"They work great, and are on point with the psi readings."
 
 
 
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