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  • TPMS Warning Light: Know What it Means

  • …about tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS). It had a large picture of a symbol I'm used to seeing in the tire industry, but it seems the consumer is far less aware of its meaning. The article goes on to reveal that Shrader (a large manufacture of TPMS systems) did a study that found a third…

  • TPMS Sensors at great prices!

  • …of tire pressure loss. Air is not only slowly leaking, it is compressing with temperature change! That is the time when you need your TPMS system most.* Batteries are expected to be around 10 years life expectancy.* Many times you can purchase a TPMS rebuild kit if you are trying to re-use your…

  • Summer Road Trip? Use This Maintenance Checklist.

  • …tire's pressure while traveling. * Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) - These systems only report tires that are significantly under-inflated, so checking tires yourself is still a good idea even if your car has TPMS sensors. While you're checking your tires' air pressure, also…

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  • Peace of Mind

  • …application* Alerts for low- or high-pressure, air leaks and temperatures changes* Mounts inside of tire on wheel (wheel and tire breakdown required to install) Accutire External Retro-Fit TPMS* Ideal solution for vehicles without O.E. TPMS* Receiver plugs into 12-volt outlet* Sensors are screw-on…

  • Under Pressure

  • …longevity and fuel economy are optimized. According to tire industry data, 85 percent of all tire air pressure losses are the result of slow leaks that occur over a period of time. Tires typically lose air pressure through natural leakage (permeation) at a rate of about 1 psi per month. In…

  • Tire Tech Information - Tips on Mounting Run-Flat Tires

  • …instructions, the original TPMS aluminum sensors should be fitted with a new rubber grommet (also called an o-ring or seal), special nickel-plated valve core and aluminum retaining nut. It is important that all components be torqued to appropriate specifications to prevent air leaks. Attempting to…

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