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ATEQ TPMS Tools releases VT31 TPMS

ATEQ TPMS Tools has released the VT31, TPMS sensor activator and reader to the North American market.

ATEQ TPMS Tools has released the VT31, TPMS sensor activator and reader to the North American market.

The VT31 has the ability to accurately read tire pressure as well as all TPMS sensor information, including sensor ID, pressure, frequency, temperature and battery life. The tool has the ability to read 100% of TPMS sensors. Other features include an easy to read display, user friendly navigation and command buttons, and vehicle Make Model Year look-up.

“This tool is great for technicians checking in customers and for those working on their own vehicles,” said Eri Muca, ATEQ TPMS sales manager. “You can replace your traditional tire tread gauge and keep your customers safe on the road!”

The company suggests using the VT31 to read sensor information, which also has the ability to check sensor information when switching from winter and summer tires.

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