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Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor

Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensor

Update your Tire Pressure Monitor Sensors! Stock TPMS sensors are designed to last 5 years or 75,000 miles and the battery can not be replaced - meaning you will need to replace the entire TPMS. We offer these at a fraction of the cost of the OEM sensors, and our sensors are easily re-calibrated to the car at the dealer or any shop with a simple scan tool.

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How Long do TPMS Sensors Last?

How Long do TPMS Sensors Last?

11/26/2012

…batteries in the sensors are mandated to last five years, so if your car is getting close to 5 years old, it’s about time to replace them! Unlike a flashlight, the batteries in the TPMS sensors can not be replaced, they are built into the sensor.  Ignoring your TMPS sensors once the battery…

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Making Winter Tire Swapping Easier

Making Winter Tire Swapping Easier

12/05/2018

…to mark where your tires came off, so you can put them back or rotate them in Spring. Dedicated winter wheels limit possible tire and tire pressure sensor damage due to mounting and dismounting. Mark Previous Locations When you or your technician removed your snow tires last year, you or they should…

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Best CES 2017 Car Concepts for Beyond Tomorrow

Best CES 2017 Car Concepts for Beyond Tomorrow

01/24/2017

…of automotive technology. Ford introduced the next-generation autonomous vehicle, a test platform based on the Ford Fusion Hybrid. With improved sensor hardware, both in terms of sensitivity and aesthetics, and more computing power to process it, Ford’s new driverless car concept is both futuristic…

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What To Do About That Tire Pressure Light

What To Do About That Tire Pressure Light

02/11/2014

…will take to inflate. Finally, go for a drive and see if the light goes out. If so, your problem is solved. If not, the tire pressure monitoring sensor might be faulty, and you should have a mechanic look at it. If you want to permanently avoid the seasonal pressure change, consider having a…

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How Do They Test Cars?

How Do They Test Cars?

02/20/2017

…but because it’s not just a bunch of guys crashing into things. Crash-test dummies, for example, are built to mimic the human body. Embedded sensors detect forces that each part of the body experiences, computer systems capturing data from a crash just tenths-of-a-second in duration. Both agencies…

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The Easiest Thing to Forget: Tire Pressure

The Easiest Thing to Forget: Tire Pressure

12/17/2012

…While those are a great driver’s aid, they don’t do a perfect job of keeping up to date on how your tire pressure is doing.  Those sensors can fail, and they are subject to changes in climate, the temperature of the tires, and a lot of other factors that could affect their measurements. …

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