The features of new TPMS scan tools lead the way for us as technicians to make short work of diagnosing a problem.
Teach your service advisors these three things to answer customers’ questions about the “why” behind TPMS.
The New Multi-Frequency TPMS Sensor combines 314.9, 315 and 433/434 MHz applications into one single SKU.
We take a look at the latest technology and features of tire and wheel service tools and equipment.
Properly placing a vehicle on a lift is a crucial first step to performing service and repairs accurately. Not only does lifting a vehicle correctly improve the technician’s safety, but it also helps to avoid vehicle damage.
Customers need to trust that their wheels are going to come back in good condition. Technicians must be trained on equipment and procedures to ensure they know how to treat customers’ rims with the utmost care.
TPMS and keyless entry can be difficult to understand because these systems rely on transmitting, receiving and decoding radio waves. You can see wires connecting modules and components, but seeing radio signals takes a little faith in science.
With the anticipated growth of the run-flat technology, dealers need to educate their customers when it comes to safety and convenience, having conversations based on the value of choosing a touring tire with an added run-flat benefit.
Relearn procedures for direct TPMS systems include auto-relearn, stationary (sometimes called manual) and OBD. The steps are determined by the auto manufacturer and vary from vehicle to vehicle.
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.