|June 18 2020||
Understanding TPMS ProgrammingDirect Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems are a highly technical vehicle safety feature and the TPMS sensor is a crucial component of the system. There are many different sensor types available on the market, including the aftermarket’s preferred solution - programmable sensors. Programmable sensors, like Schrader’s EZ-sensor® family of products, come blank and need to be programmed to the specific make, model, and year of the vehicle being serviced.
|May 30 2020||
Back to Basics: A Guide to TPMS Programming ToolsTires need to be kept in good condition for the safety of the vehicle owner and all drivers on the road. After all, they are the only component connecting the vehicle to the road. A big part of keeping tires in good shape is ensuring proper tire pressure and adherence to manufacturer requirements. In addition to TPMS sensors, TPMS programming and diagnostic tools play an important role in your TPMS program...
|May 15 2020||
Explaining Types of TPMS Sensors in Terms of MusicThe technology in vehicles is constantly improving and changing as cars become smarter. As always, with new technology comes more options, and TPMS is no exception...
|May 7 2020||
Back to the Basics: TPMS Relearn Procedure FundamentalsWhile most shops work with TPMS on a daily basis, use this as a refresher and a tool for new hires - even as information to share with your customers if they want to learn more about the complexity of the relearn process...
|April 24 2020||
How to Store Seasonal Tyres and TPMS SensorsIf you are using more than one set of tyres (summer and winter), you have likely had to figure out “WHERE” to store each set after a seasonal tyre change...
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