Originally Posted by Grumpy_Squatch
I'm 99.999% sure that an Autel tool can only program Autel sensors. To program Schreader EZ sensors you'd need a Schraeder tool or perhaps an expensive pro third party tool. I know Autel tools can read Schraeder sensors however, so hopefully, the cloning procedure works.
I have had my TS408 for a week now. It read my front sensor just fine. But my failing rear sensor it didn't. Not much of a surprise there. I used my GS911 and pulled the codes up for front and rear. By default, the GS911 shows decimal codes. The TS pulls HEX codes. Just be aware of which you are reading. But there are easy converters online to go either direction.
I used my TS408 to easily pull the codes on my wife's 2017 RT, so I have those recorded.
I received the new pressure monitors yesterday. The TS pulled the codes just fine. I recorded those on the bags and also put the decimal numbers down. But like Grumpy suspected, the TS408 won't reprogram the codes. The devices I received, I didn't see any numbers on the devices or baggies that matched the codes. So you would need a code reader to get the codes. Or it looks like the Motoscan app may be able to "find new devices" during a relearn process. The GS911 had a reference to that as well too. So you may not need a code reader.
So my next step is to get the sensor replaced. I'm debating on getting a MotoScan setup, just to see if I can do the code change that way, since that is what most people will likely be using.
The only potential issue I see is if you replace both the front and rear sensors at the same time. When going through the relearn, I'm not sure how you'll know which is front and rear without a reader. So if you want to do it on the cheap with the MotoScan method, I think the best way is to do one sensor at a time, doing the relearn each time.