New Snap-on TPMS4 Tool Tests Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors, Captures Sensor Data, Relearns Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems

New Snap-on TPMS4 Tool Tests Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors, Captures Sensor Data, Relearns Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems

An all-in-one tool for multiple vehicle applications, the TPMS4 features vehicle-specific prompts and reset procedures following tire rotation and sensor replacement.

Snap-on is introducing its new Tire Pressure Sensor System Tool Kit, a unique diagnostic tool that tests tire pressure monitoring sensors, captures sensor data and relearns tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS). An all-in-one tool for multiple vehicle applications, the TPMS4 features vehicle-specific prompts and reset procedures following tire rotation and sensor replacement.

“The Snap-on TPMS4 quickly diagnoses TPMS sensor problems and is unlike any other tool in the marketplace,” said Michael DeKeuster, a Snap-on Tools product manager. “It works in concert with other Snap-on diagnostic platforms, and comes standard with software to program aftermarket sensors. The software also contains vehicle-specific relearn procedures on board for quick lookups, which makes it a beneficial tool for any shop.

The streamlined user interface on the TPMS4 features a daylight-readable, high-resolution display for reading PSI, ID, temperature, battery status and more. It quickly determines whether a replacement sensor is needed, provides quick registration of new sensor locations after tire rotations, and tests key FOBs for proper signal strength and battery condition. Running on a Lithium Ion rechargeable battery, the kit also includes TPMS connect software to print sensor information, as well as to access new software updates as they become available.

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