Discover the benefits of TPMS for enhancing safety, fuel efficiency and peace of mind during long road trips.
Tire-mounted sensors offer expanded capabilities for TPMS technology advancement.
Above all else, follow these four important steps for effective TPMS service.
The first step to a smooth ride and well-balanced tire has nothing to do with the balancer.
By performing these checks, you can avoid any misunderstandings that can lead to less than premium service.
Collecting data from tires won’t go away if the air does.
In our latest installment of market pricing data from InteliChek, we asked: What is the average cost to replace a set of front brake pads and rotors? As you’ll see below, we compared this data between independent service providers, mass merchants and car dealerships. The average price is given for five cities across the different
TPMS is an important and helpful safety component of the vehicle, yet sometimes the light can give technicians frustration. The tires are all filled up to placard pressure and yet the light still appears on the customer’s dash? What do you do? This means there are other problems a shop has to address. Those could
TPMS service doesn’t have to be difficult, but there are several factors that can make it complicated. These include multiple sensor choices, application variants, scan tool issues and incorrect installation procedures. One way to avoid these problems and make your TPMS service easier and more profitable is to be aware of common pitfalls that technicians
As customer expectations have evolved, demand for larger wheels and lower profile tires to accommodate performance, as well as looks, has come to a fever pitch. Wheel diameters have become larger, and tires have become lower profile. Today, many new pickup trucks now sit on dealer lots with 45 series tires on 22-in. wheels! To
Generally speaking, if a vehicle utilizes an OBD relearn, a relearn procedure is quite simple and easy to execute. Provided everything functions as it is intended, the tool really does most of the work for you. You simply walk around to each tire of the vehicle and activate each sensor with your TPMS tool. Every