A look at the relearn procedure for the 2008 Toyota Camry.
With so many sensor options out there, it’s important to determine which one would work best for your shop.
Just turning off the TPMS light off sending the customer home isn’t enough to ensure a customer’s TPMS issue is solved safely.
With the right TPMS tools and knowledge, TPMS relearn procedures can be easy to service, but there are some vehicles that are more challenging than others when it comes to relearn procedures.
Before selling the value of TPMS to a customer, your shop should have the knowledge and equipment necessary to perform TPMS services in a timely manner.
The tire pressure monitoring system’s (TPMS) primary function is to make the driver aware of the state of tire pressure within the tires. Under normal system operations, the TPMS system will alert the driver when one or more affected tires PSI reading falls below 25% of the vehicle’s placard. When the tire sensor indicates “low tire pressure,” it sends a radio frequency (RF) signal of 315 or 433 MHz to the ECU on the vehicle that determines if the pressure is below the threshold, which then will indicate a TPMS symbol or position-specific display, depending on the vehicle.