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Huf RDE008 TPMS Sensor Fitment Guide

Mini TPMS Sensors

For more information regarding the Huf RDE008 please click here: Huf RDE008 TPMS

The Huf RDE008 is compatible with the following vehicles:

Make Year Model
BMW 2011 128i Cabriolet Base Model
2011 128i Cabriolet M Sport Package
2011 128i Cabriolet Sport Package
2011 128i Coupe Base Model
2011 128i Coupe M Sport Package
2011 128i Coupe Sport Package
2011 135i Cabriolet Base Model
2011 135i Cabriolet M Sport Package
2011 135i Cabriolet Sport Package
2011 135i Coupe Base Model
2011 135i Coupe M Sport Package
2011 135i Coupe Sport Package
2011 528i Sedan Base Model
2011 528i Sedan M Sport Package
2011 528i Sedan Sport Package
2011 535i Gran Turismo Base Model
2011 535i Gran Turismo Sport Pkg
2011 535i Sedan Base Model
2011 535i Sedan M Sport Package
2011 535i Sedan Sport Package
2011 535i xDrive Gran Turismo Base
2011 535i xDrive Gran Turismo Sport
2011 535i xDrive Sedan Base Model
2011 535i xDrive Sedan M Sport Pkg
2011 535i xDrive Sedan Sport Pkg
2011 550i Gran Turismo Base Model
2011 550i Gran Turismo Sport Pkg
2011 550i Sedan Base Model
2011 550i Sedan M Sport Package
2011 550i Sedan Sport Package
2011 550i xDrive Gran Turismo Base
2011 550i xDrive Gran Turismo Sport
2011 550i xDrive Sedan Base Model
2011 550i xDrive Sedan M Sport Pkg
2011 550i xDrive Sedan Sport Pkg
2011 740Li
2011 740i
2011 750Li xDrive
2011 750i
2011 750i xDrive
2011 760Li
2011 ActiveHybrid 750Li
2011 ActiveHybrid 750i
2011 ActiveHybrid X6
2011 X5 M
2011 X5 xDrive35d Base Model
2011 X5 xDrive35d Sport Activity
2011 X5 xDrive35i Base Model
2011 X5 xDrive35i Premium
2011 X5 xDrive35i Sport Activity
2011 X5 xDrive50i Base Model
2011 X5 xDrive50i M Sport Package
2011 X5 xDrive50i Sport Activity
2011 X6 M
2011 X6 xDrive35i Base Model
2011 X6 xDrive35i Sport Activity
2011 X6 xDrive35i Sport Package
2011 X6 xDrive50i Base
2011 X6 xDrive50i Sport Activity
2011 X6 xDrive50i Sport Package
2011 Z4 sDrive30i Base Model
2011 Z4 sDrive30i M Sport Package
2011 Z4 sDrive30i Sport Package
2011 Z4 sDrive35i Base Model
2011 Z4 sDrive35i M Sport Package
2011 Z4 sDrive35i Sport Package
2011 Z4 sDrive35iS
2010 128i Cabriolet
2010 128i Coupe
2010 135i Cabriolet
2010 135i Coupe
2010 528i Sedan
2010 528i xDrive Sedan
2010 535i Gran Turismo
2010 535i Sedan
2010 535i xDrive Sedan
2010 535i xDrive Wagon
2010 550i Gran Turismo
2010 550i Sedan
2010 650i Cabrio
2010 650i Coupe
2010 750Li
2010 750Li xDrive
2010 750i
2010 750i xDrive
2010 760Li
2010 ActiveHybrid X6
2010 M5 Sedan
2010 M6 Cabriolet
2010 M6 Coupe
2010 X3 xDrive30i
2010 X5 M
2010 X5 xDrive30i
2010 X5 xDrive35d
2010 X5 xDrive48i
2010 X6 M
2010 X6 xDrive35i
2010 X6 xDrive50i
2010 Z4 sDrive30i
2010 Z4 sDrive35i
2009 128i Cabriolet
2009 128i Coupe
2009 135i Cabriolet
2009 135i Coupe
2009 328i Cabriolet
2009 328i Coupe
2009 328i Sedan
2009 328i Wagon
2009 328i xDrive Coupe
2009 328i xDrive Sedan
2009 328i xDrive Wagon
2009 335d Sedan
2009 335i Cabriolet
2009 335i Coupe
2009 335i Sedan
2009 335i xDrive Coupe
2009 335i xDrive Sedan
2009 528i Sedan
2009 528i xDrive Sedan
2009 535i Sedan
2009 535i xDrive Sedan
2009 535i xDrive Wagon
2009 550i Sedan
2009 650i Cabrio
2009 650i Coupe
2009 750Li
2009 750i
2009 M3 Convertible
2009 M3 Coupe
2009 M3 Sedan
2009 M5 Sedan
2009 M6 Cabriolet
2009 M6 Coupe
2009 X3 xDrive30i
2009 X5 xDrive30i
2009 X5 xDrive35d
2009 X5 xDrive48i
2009 X6 xDrive35i
2009 X6 xDrive50i
2009 Z4 sDrive30i
2009 Z4 sDrive35i
2008 128i Cabriolet
2008 128i Coupe
2008 135i Cabriolet
2008 135i Coupe
2008 328i Cabriolet
2008 328i Coupe
2008 328i Sedan
2008 328i Wagon
2008 328xi Coupe
2008 328xi Sedan
2008 328xi Wagon
2008 335i Cabriolet
2008 335i Coupe
2008 335i Sedan
2008 335xi Coupe
2008 335xi Sedan
2008 528i Sedan
2008 528xi Sedan
2008 535i Sedan
2008 535xi Sedan
2008 535xi Wagon
2008 550i Sedan
2008 650i Cabrio
2008 650i Coupe
2008 750Li
2008 750i
2008 760Li
2008 760i
2008 Alpina B7
2008 M3 Convertible
2008 M3 Coupe
2008 M3 Sedan
2008 M5 Sedan
2008 M6 Cabriolet
2008 M6 Coupe
2008 X3 3.0si
2008 X5 3.0si
2008 X5 4.8i
2008 X6
2008 Z4 3.0i Roadster
2008 Z4 3.0si Coupe
2008 Z4 3.0si Roadster
2008 Z4 M Coupe
2008 Z4 M Roadster
2007 328i Cabriolet Base Model
2007 328i Cabriolet Sport Package
2007 328i Coupe Sport Package
2007 328i Sedan Base Model
2007 328i Sedan Sport Package
2007 328i Wagon Base Model
2007 328i Wagon Sport Package
2007 328xi Coupe Base Model
2007 328xi Coupe Sport Package
2007 328xi Sedan Base Model
2007 328xi Sedan Sport Package
2007 328xi Sedan Sprt Pkg Staggered
2007 328xi Wagon Base Model
2007 328xi Wagon Sport Package
2007 328xi Wagon Sprt Pkg Staggered
2007 335i Cabriolet Base Model
2007 335i Cabriolet Sport Package
2007 335i Coupe Base Model
2007 335i Coupe Sport Package
2007 335i Sedan Base Model
2007 335i Sedan Sport Package
2007 335xi Sedan Base Model
2007 335xi Sedan Sport Package
2007 525i Sedan Base Model
2007 525i Sedan Sport Package
2007 525xi Sedan
2007 530i Sedan Base Model
2007 530i Sedan Sport Package
2007 530xi Sedan Base Model
2007 530xi Sedan Sport Package
2007 530xi Wagon Base Model
2007 550i Sedan Base Model
2007 550i Sedan Sport Package
2007 650i Cabrio
2007 650i Coupe
2007 750Li
2007 750i
2007 760Li
2007 760i
2007 Alpina B7
2007 M5 Sedan
2007 M6 Cabriolet
2007 M6 Coupe
2007 X3 3.0si
2007 X5 3.0si
2007 X5 4.8i
2007 Z4 3.0i Roadster
2007 Z4 3.0si Coupe
2007 Z4 3.0si Roadster
2007 Z4 M Coupe
2007 Z4 M Roadster
2006 550i Base Sedan
2006 550i Sport Package Sedan
2006 650i Base Model Cabrio
2006 650i Base Model Coupe
2006 650i Sport Package Cabrio
2006 650i Sport Package Coupe
2006 750Li
2006 750i
2006 760Li
2006 760i
2006 X3 3.0I Sport Package
2006 X3 3.0I Standard Model
Mini 2009 Cooper
2009 Cooper Clubman
2009 Cooper Clubman with Run-Flat
2009 Cooper S
2009 Cooper S Clubman
2009 Cooper S Clubman JCW Package
2009 Cooper S JCW Package
2009 E
2008 Cooper
2008 Cooper Clubman
2008 Cooper Clubman with Run-Flat
2008 Cooper S
2008 Cooper S Clubman
2008 Cooper S JCW Package
2007 Cooper
2007 Cooper Convert Runflat Tires
2007 Cooper Convertible
2007 Cooper Runflat Tire Option
2007 Cooper S
2007 Cooper S Convertible
2007 Cooper S JCW Package

Huf RDE002 Fitment Guide

For more information regarding the Huf / Beru RDE002 TPMS sensor, please click here: Huf / Beru RDE002 TPMS Sensors

The Beru / Huf RDE002 TPMS Sensor fits the following vehicles:

Make Year Model
BMW 2006 330Ci Cabriolet
2006 330Ci Coupe
2005 330CI Coupe TPMS
2005 330Ci Convert TPMS
2005 330I Sedan TPMS
2005 330xi Sedan TPMS
2005 745Li
2005 745i
2005 760Li
2005 760i
2004 330CI Coupe TPMS
2004 330Ci Convert TPMS
2004 330I Sedan TPMS
2004 330xi Sedan Sport Package
2004 330xi Sedan TPMS
2004 745Li
2004 745i
2004 760Li
2004 760i
2003 330CI Coupe TPMS
2003 330Ci Convert TPMS
2003 330I Sedan TPMS
2003 330xi Sedan
2003 330xi Sedan Sport Package
2003 745Li
2003 745i
2003 760Li
2002 330CI Coupe TPMS
2002 330Ci Convert TPMS
2002 330i Sedan TPMS
2002 330xi Sedan
2002 745Li
2002 745i

Beru/Huf RDE001 Fitment Guide

For more information regarding the Beru/Huf RDE001 TPMS sensor, please click here: Beru/Huf RDE001

The Beru/Huf RDE001 433MHz TPMS Sensor fits the following vehicles:

Make Year Model
Audi 2009 A8
2009 A8L
2009 A8L W12
2009 S8 Sedan
2008 A8
2008 A8L
2008 A8L W12
2008 S8 Sedan
2007 A8
2007 A8L
2007 A8L W12
2007 S8 Sedan
2006 A8
2006 A8L
2006 A8L W12
2005 A8
2005 A8L
2005 A8L W12
2004 A8L
Bentley 2005 Continental GT
2004 Continental GT
Ferrari 2011 599 GTB Fiorano
2011 599 SA Aperta
2010 599 GTB Fiorano
2010 599 HGTE
2010 612 Scaglietti
2009 599 HGTE
2009 599GTB Fiorano
2009 612 Scaglietti
2009 F430 Coupe
2009 F430 Spider
2008 599 HGTE
2008 599GTB Fiorano
2008 612 Scaglietti
2008 F430 Coupe
2008 F430 Spider
2007 599 HGTE
2007 599GTB Fiorano
2007 612 Scaglietti
2006 612 Scaglietti
2005 612 Scaglietti
2004 612 Scaglietti
2001 550 Maranello
2000 550 Barchetta
2000 550 Maranello
1999 550 Maranello
1998 550 Maranello
1997 550 Maranello
Maserati 2010 GranTurismo
2010 GranTurismo S Automatic
2010 Quattroporte
2010 Quattroporte Executive GT
2010 Quattroporte S
2010 Quattroporte Sport GT S
2009 GranTurismo
2009 GranTurismo S
2009 Quattroporte
2009 Quattroporte Executive GT
2009 Quattroporte S
2009 Quattroporte Sport GT S
2008 GranTurismo
2008 GranTurismo S
2008 Quattroporte
2008 Quattroporte Executive GT
2008 Quattroporte Sport GT
2008 Quattroporte Sport GT S
2007 Quattroporte
2007 Quattroporte Executive GT
2007 Quattroporte Sport GT
2006 Coupe
2006 Quattroporte
2005 Coupe
2005 GranSport
2005 GranSport Spyder
2005 Quattroporte
2005 Spyder
2004 Coupe
2004 Spyder
2003 Coupe
2003 Spyder
2002 Coupe
2002 Spyder
Porsche 2009 911 Turbo
2008 911 Carrera
2008 911 Carrera 4
2008 911 Carrera 4S
2008 911 Carrera S
2008 911 GT2
2008 911 GT3
2008 911 GT3 RS
2008 911 Targa 4
2008 911 Targa 4S
2008 911 Turbo
2008 Boxster
2008 Boxster RS 60 Spyder
2008 Boxster S
2008 Boxster S Limited Edition
2008 Boxster limited Edition
2008 Cayman
2008 Cayman S
2008 Cayman S Design Edition 1
2007 911 Carrera
2007 911 Carrera 4
2007 911 Carrera 4S
2007 911 Carrera S
2007 911 GT3
2007 911 GT3 RS
2007 911 Targa 4
2007 911 Targa 4S
2007 911 Turbo
2007 Boxster
2007 Boxster S
2007 Cayman
2007 Cayman S
2006 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet
2006 911 Carrera 4 Coupe
2006 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet
2006 911 Carrera 4S Coupe
2006 911 Carrera Cabriolet
2006 911 Carrera Coupe
2006 911 Carrera S Cabriolet
2006 911 Carrera S Coupe
2006 Boxster
2006 Boxster S
2006 Cayman S With Ceramic Brakes
2006 Cayman S With Standard Brakes
Volkswagen 2006 Phaeton V8
2006 Phaeton W12
2005 Phaeton V8
2005 Phaeton W12
2004 Phaeton V8
2004 Phaeton W12

How to Identify Direct TPMS


1. Is the low tire pressure symbol found on the dashboard? Check for this symbol when starting the ignition.

2. Does the vehicle dashboard have a symbol of the vehicle that highlights tire positions, or a text message that states “check tire pressure” or something familiar?

3. Are the valves stems aluminum and/or secured with nuts? This may indicate a TPM sensor.

To Replace or Not to Replace TPMS?

The Decision Flowchart helps determine whether a tire pressure monitoring sensor needs to be replaced

1) Start: Tire is removed: Remove sensor from wheel and inspect for damage
2) Is the sensor housing broken or physically damaged?
3) Replace both the sensor and the valve assembly.
4) Is the housing coating by any tire sealant?
5) For adjustable angle sensors, replace the valve, break-away flange nut, and cap. For fixed angle sensors, replace the valve assembly including the rubber grommet, valve core, and cap.
6) Make sure the new valve cap is securely in place. END.

Adjustable Angle TPMS Sensor Mounting Guidelines

1) Insert the screw into the slotted hole of the sensor: Using an index finger, insert the screw into the slotted hole of the sensor housing, and check that the flats of the square part of the screw fit securely.
2) Assemble the valve to the screw: Turn the valve stem 3 to 4 full rotations.
3) Slide the valve stem through the valve hole of the rim: Hold the sensor feet against the drop center of the rim and the grommet against the seal surface.
4) Insert the nut over the valve stem: By hand or with an 11mm socket wrench begin to tighten the nut 3 to 4 rotations.
5) Continue tightening the nut: Using a Torque wrench, continue tightening the nut.
6) Valve/screw attachment is completed: The nut’s internal flange is designed to break away at approximately 20 or 2.2 Nm. The screw and the valve stem are now secured, but the sensor is not secured.
7) Tighten the nut to the final torque: Continue to tighten the nut to the final torque (35 or 4.0Nm). At this point, the valve/wheel attachment is completed.

TPMS Facts


methods use pressure sensors to measure pressure in each of the four tires. Then these sensors transmit the pressure data via a wireless RF transmitter to a central receiver. The receiver communicates to a display that informs the driver which tire is underinflated. The tag in each wheel is designed to send a warning signal when a tire’s pressure drops below its specified safety level. Tire-mounted pressure sensor is shown in Figure 1. Under-inflation has been cited as a cause of tire failures such as tread separation or tire blowouts. It is also responsible for shortening tire life and reducing fuel economy.

Indirect TPMS:

Indirect systems employ wheel speed sensors on a vehicle’s anti-lock brake (ABS) system to track each tire’s rotation. The premise is that under-inflated tires have a smaller radius, resulting in a higher rotational speed compared with a fully inflated tire. The sensor is supposed to detect the faster rotation, and the system alerts the driver. In practice, this change in radius is small, making indirect measurement less reliable than direct pressure measurement.

Technical features

  • Constant monitoring of inflation pressure, tire temperature, tire sensor identification and battery life while driving and when standing still
  • Prevents the consequences of low tire pressure through early detection:
    • Punctures (approx. 80% of punctures are caused by inadequate tire pressure)
    • Increased tire wear due to added flexing work
    • Increased fuel consumption due to higher rolling resistance
  • Always provides optimum driving comfort
  • Driver is informed immediately of deviations from setpoint
  • In a typical temperature profile functionally reliable up to 120C, temperature-resistant up to 170C
  • Reliable up to 2000 g acceleration (static) and approved for numerous high-speed vehicles
  • Vibration resistant and even suitable for use with snow chains
  • Flexible design for almost all rim applications
  • Tire inflation pressure can be individually specified and therefore tailored exactly to the loading of the vehicle
  • Self-learning system with automatic individual wheel detection, leading to faster and more efficient wheel changes
  • Saves the troublesome, inconvenient and inaccurate testing at gas stations (the tires warm up while driving to the gas station, while the specified values apply to cold tires)
  • Reduces fuel consumption and the release of CO2 into the atmosphere

How to keep your tires properly inflated:

1:   Check tire pressure at least once a month and before going on long trips. Since temperature affects tire pressure, it is best to check tires when they are cold, i.e. haven’t been driven on for at least three hours.

2:   Fill your tires with the pressure recommended on the tire label, located on the drivers door frame, sill or edge.

3:    If you have any questions about your tires or maintenance, check your owners manual or consult your dealer.

Questions and answers:


A:   Keeping your tires at the recommended pressure is essential for the safe and efficient operation of your vehicle. Safety experts estimate that 25 percent of automobiles are running on tires with lower than recommended pressure. Properly inflated tires run cooler, last longer, and improve fuel economy.


A:   Many factors affect tire pressure, and that is why it is so important to check your tires at least once a month and before going on long trips. Tire pressure can decrease due to tire damage, slow leaks, or changes in outside temperature. For example, when the weather changes, your tire pressure changes too. For every drop of 10 degrees Fahrenheit in temperature, your tires lose 1 psi. Tires also deflate naturally over time, as much as 1.5 psi per month.


A:   Sophisticated sensors in the automobile continuously monitor tire pressure, and the warning light goes on when a tire is 25 percent or more below the appropriate tire pressure.


A:   The U.S. government, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), requires Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems on all passenger cars and light trucks by the 2008 vehicle model year. Check your owners manual to see if your vehicle is equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Many models have already been equipped with a system.


A:   On cold mornings, the warning light may illuminate and then extinguish as tire pressure increases due to driving or outside air temperature increases. Additionally, if the warning light goes on and off, a malfunction in the system is indicated by a blinking light (for a period of 60 seconds to 90 seconds). After blinking for the brief time, the warning light can remain on. You should then contact your dealer for a system inspection.


A:   Please heed the warning light and check your tires as soon as possible.


A:   The warning light may indicate a system malfunction requiring a dealers attention. If the warning light flashes before it is continuously on, but the tire pressure is found to be within the appropriate range, contact your dealer for a system inspection.


A:    The Tire Pressure Monitoring System is a tool to keep you informed about low tire pressure, but it is no substitute for regular tire maintenance. Check your tire pressure at least once a month and before going on long trips. Consult your owners manual on replacing a tire or using a spare tire.