Torquing shouldn’t be considered an extra step; it is more about performing a step completely.
If a vehicle comes into your shop with the TPMS light already on, there are a few key things to always check first.
The TPMS tools you invest in can either make or break the efficiency of your shop’s TPMS program.
Relearns are a necessary step but can be complicated as every vehicle model has a unique set of actions.
Programmable sensors and auto location are two examples of features that offer many benefits but may require extra steps during service.
Keeping your TPMS tool updated is of the utmost importance when aiming for the quickest and most efficient TPMS service.