Babcox Media’s Jason Stahl discusses the TPMS system, and what the light is telling you when it blinks, stays or or turns off. Sponsored by Standard.
We’re quickly approaching the point that the average-aged vehicle on the road will have a direct TPMS, which means more vehicles that will come into your shop for TPMS service. Do you know all the points of service? Are you trained in them and ready for your customers?
If you have SOPs for other work you do, why not have one for a crucial safety system service like TPMS?
Schrader Performance Sensors, an OE manufacturer of tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS), announced that W Rippetoe, the company’s senior technical lead, will be providing insights and training around the latest TPMS technology and service best practices.
Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket has announced that its sales technical training specialist, Sean Lannoo, will join a team of TPMS experts at a special TPMS seminar during the 2018 SEMA Show called, “TPMS at 10.”
Babcox Media’s Andrew Markel explains steps to take so you’re prepared to service your customers’ TPMS this winter.
With so many sensor options out there, it’s important to determine which one would work best for your shop.
Editor Andrew Markel discusses how UHF signals can impact TPMS relearns.
Follow these steps to make the process of talking TPMS easier, more effective and, as a result, produce even more opportunities to sell parts and service.
Snap-on introduced its new Tire Pressure Sensor System Tool Kit, an all-in-one tool for multiple vehicle applications called the TPMS4 that features vehicle-specific prompts and reset procedures.
ATEQ TPMS Tools has released software updates for the VT36 and VT56 TPMS Tools.