Andrew Markel explains the TPMS system on modern Toyota vehicles and why trusting the button may not be a good idea. Sponsored by ATEQ.
When it comes to ADAS calibrations, precision isn’t a goal – it’s a requirement. Adaptive cruise control cameras and radar only function properly if they’re pointed in exactly the right direction.
Using Hunter’s ADASLink diagnostic scan tool, Joe Keene carefully walks though the steps for calibrating a Honda front radar camera, from a pre-scan for DTCs, to all the steps for properly setting up the stand for aiming, through making the necessary manual adjustments to get within tolerance. ADASLink’s onscreen guidance ensures no steps are missed, eliminating guesswork and providing a precise and thoroughly documented calibration for more than 25 million vehicles.
Porsche was the first manufacturer to use TPMS on a vehicle in 1986 for the 959 supercar.
When replacing the tires on the Tesla, you will have to service the TPMS sensors.
Your wheel weights could be hiding indirect comeback costs related to them falling off or losing their adhesion.
Honda’s TPMS can be one of the more difficult systems to program in new sensors, relearns and calibrations.
It can be hard to determine if your shudder is a fluid-related issue or a costly mechanical problem. Sponsored by Lubegard.
If the frictional properties are not correct, chatter will occur. Sponsored by Lubegard.
Your tools and equipment need to be protected from rust. This video is sponsored by Lubegard.
Auto Pros on the Road puts the Babcox team into shops across the USA. This episode is sponsored by Autolite.