Standard Motor Products Expands Acura, Honda And Suzuki TPMS Coverage

Standard Motor Products Expands Acura, Honda And Suzuki TPMS Coverage

These new cloneable sensors match the original for fit, form and function; and due to their advanced engineering, they can easily be cloned with the existing sensor ID, eliminating the need for a factory relearn, SMP says.

Standard Motor Products (SMP) has added five new cloneable sensors to its growing TPMS sensor line.

These new cloneable sensors match the original for fit, form and function; and due to their advanced engineering, they can easily be cloned with the existing sensor ID, eliminating the need for a factory relearn, SMP says. Standard part numbers TPMS115A, TPM1A, TPM27A, TPM91A and  PM107A offer expanded late-model coverage for Ford truck, Acura, Honda, Suzuki and Cadillac.

“We’re pleased to add these new cloneable sensors to our TPMS line,” said Phil Hutchens, senior director of marketing, SMP. “We believe we are providing the market with the best in TPMS technology. Our advanced sensors are cloned in less than a minute by simply entering the sensor ID into the TechSmart T55000 Cloning tool, with no factory relearn needed. Our mission is to provide technicians the best of both worlds – a matching sensor and time-saving installation.”

Visit www.StandardBrand.com or www.youtube.com/StandardBrandParts to learn more about this new TPMS technology.

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