Alligator Supports Auto-Learning on Chevy Models

Alligator Supports Auto-Learning on Chevy Models

These vehicles are among the first GM mid-sized models to have both an auto-relearn feature for the TPMS, as well as a fill-assist feature.

Alligator RS universal TPMS sensors now supports auto-learning on the 2019 Chevy Volt and 2021 Chevy Colorado.

These vehicles are among the first GM mid-sized models to have both an auto-relearn feature for the TPMS, and also a fill-assist feature, the initial ones being the new Chevy Corvette C8 and full-size SUVs (Tahoe, Suburban, etc).

Auto Learn allows the vehicle to automatically locate TPMS sensor locations after a tire rotation has been completed or after installing new sensors. Also offered is a Tire Fill Alert System that indicates via audial & visual cues when a tire is being inflated and when it’s been filled to the recommended psi.

When filling a tire, the turn signal will flash on the corner that is being filled and the driver will be informed that the optimal tire pressure has been reached during inflation by sounding a single horn chirp. If the tire is over inflated, the vehicle will sound multiple horn chirps.

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