6 Steps to TPMS Success

Step 1Step 1 Invest in a proper TPMS ToolStep 1 - Invest in a proper TPMS tool

The right choice of a TPMS Tool is key to a successful business with TPMS, a tool that is capable of diagnostics and vehicle re-learning and clearing DTCs. It is impossible to properly service TPMS and keep vehicles OPERATIVE without the right choice of a TPMS tool!

Step 1 -
Invest in a proper TPMS tool

Step 2Step 2 - Invest in the Proper Mechanical ToolsStep 2 - Invest In The Proper Mechanical Tools

To properly remove and torque sensors and stems you need the right mechanical tools. Remember all TPMS Fasteners have a Torque Specification, therefore a properly calibrated tool is required for servicing! There are several tools required to do the job.

Step 2 -
Invest In The Proper Mechanical Tools

Step 3Step 3 - Choose Replacement SensorsStep 3 - Choose Replacement Sensors

There are many options for replacement. Make sure you choose the right sensor which is reliable and are backed by robust testing and validation. Regardless of which sensors you decide on - YOU STILL NEED A COMBINATION STYLE TPMS TOOL!

Step 3 -
Choose Replacement Sensors

Step 4Step 4 - Keep Sensor Service Kits in StockStep 4 - Keep Sensor Service Kits In Stock

Protect the sensor - change the parts! The seal, grommet, nut, valve core decay, wear and corrode and will eventually fail. EVERY time a tyre is removed from a [TPMS] wheel, the sensor wear items should be replaced.

Step 4 -
Keep Sensor Service Kits In Stock

Step 5Step 5 - Get Support You Can Count OnStep 5 - Get Support You Can Count On

Support is needed in the REAL world of TPMS Training for your technicians. Consumer info that helps you talk with your customers. Technical support for help during the tough situations. Choose partners that can help you get the most from your investment!

Step 5 -
Get Support You Can Count

Step 6Step 6 - Invest in a TPMS Management SystemStep 6 - Invest In A TPMS Management System

Complete information management look up: replacement parts, procedures, and Technical Service Bulletins in order to get the job done properly. Most service providers struggle with TPMS because of a lack of information.

Step 6 -
Invest In A TPMS Management System

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