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Whatever the type of stem, carelessness can result in a broken sensor or even a customer being stranded with a flat tire.
Unfortunately, big tires go hand-in-hand with something less enjoyable: Transmission failure.
Your customer clicks on the link your service advisor just texted. The updated repair order at the end of the link confirms her worst fear: Your technician’s repair recommendations cost more than what’s in her bank account and all but eliminates whatever’s left on her high-balance credit card. That’s when she spots a button in
Like any other product or service, charging for a TPMS service can be a bit of a science.
Sometimes the word “flush” has different meanings. For power steering, fluid exchange is a better description.
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Andrew Markel explains the integrated approach to tire service, and the importance of making TPMS data transfer more efficient. Sponsored by Bartec USA.
Most TPMS sensors are held in using just a screw or a nut, but if not assembled or torqued properly, the results can be catastrophic. Carelessness can result in a broken sensor or even a customer being stranded with a flat tire.
Most vehicles require some type of “stationary” relearn procedure to reset the system. This requires some type of TPMS tool to activate each of the tire pressure sensors in a specified sequence so the TPMS control module can relearn their new locations.