ORO-TEK Launches 2011 TPMS Application and Relearn Guide

ORO-TEK Launches 2011 TPMS Application and Relearn Guide

ORO-TEK recently launched their free TPMS Application and Relearn Guide. The guide returns results for original equipment sensor part numbers as well as OROTEK made sensors for all vehicles that require TPMS, including many 2012 applications.

ORO-TEK recently launched their free TPMS Application and Relearn Guide.  

OROTEK President Russ Fuller reports, “OROTEK’s Application and Relearn Guide is the most comprehensive online application guide in the industry.”  The guide returns results for original equipment sensor part numbers as well as OROTEK made sensors for all vehicles that require TPMS, including many 2012 applications.  

“We’re seeing some manufacturers dividing their subclasses midyear so we built our Application Guide to deliver the right TPMS sensor and relearn procedure on those models too,” says Fuller.

Any visitor can search for the right sensors for their vehicle and Registered Users can find precise relearn procedures with ease.  Registration and use of the guide are both free. OROTEK’s Application and Relearn Guide can be found on their website at www.orotekusa.com.  

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