2010 Mitchell 1 TPMS Guide Now Available

2010 Mitchell 1 TPMS Guide Now Available

Mitchell 1 announces its 2010 Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) Guide is now available. This 976-page TPMS procedures guide contains updates on previously covered models, as well as includes information on 68 new 2010 models/systems.

Mitchell 1 announces its 2010 Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) Guide is now available. This 976-page TPMS procedures guide contains updates on previously covered models, as well as includes information on 68 new 2010 models/systems.

“Starting with the 2008 models, TPMS are now mandatory on all passenger vehicles and light trucks,” said Dan Kelley, director of strategic partnerships for Mitchell 1. “Every automotive repair shop needs to have a quick reference guide on hand to effectively and safely service these computerized systems. The new Mitchell 1 TPMS guide is the only resource they need; it provides comprehensive information on domestic and import vehicles to get customers back on the road quickly.”  

The 2010 Mitchell 1 TPMS Procedures Guide provides up-to-date information on each manufacturers’ monitoring system including description and operation, reset procedures and dismounting/mounting instructions. This informative guide also includes a quick reference table designed to provide a single point of reference for special precautions during dismounting/mounting of tires. The guide covers all domestic and import vehicles equipped with TPMS through model year 2010.

About Mitchell 1:
Headquartered in Poway, CA, Mitchell 1 has provided quality repair information solutions to the automotive industry for more than 90 years. The Mitchell 1 family of products includes a complete line of integrated software tools designed to improve repair shop productivity. Mitchell 1’s OnDemand5 and Manager products now serve as the industry standard for innovative repair, estimating and management software. The Mitchell 1 Business Performance Services gives shop owners automated marketing solutions to improve bottom line profits. Mitchell 1 is a recipient of the ASE Blue Seal of Excellence award. For more information on Mitchell 1 products and services, automotive professionals can visit the company’s website at www.mitchell1.com.

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