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New REDI-Sensor Warranty Website Allows Technicians to Register VDO TPMS-Sensor Purchases

The website allows shops to register any VDO TPMS sensors that they’re installing on customers’ vehicles.


Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket has launched a new warranty-registration website for VDO TPMS sensors, including VDO REDI-Sensor multi-application TPMS sensors.

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The website,, allows shops to register any VDO TPMS sensors that they’re installing on customers’ vehicles.

The website enables shops to create an account where they can access the warranty information for every VDO TPMS sensor they install. Technicians can use the information to alert customers to the status of their warranty and can file a warranty claim if needed. The site stores the customer’s name and address as well as their vehicle’s year, make, model and the sensor date of installation, serial number, part number and replaced-part manufacturer.

“We created the VDO REDI-Sensor warranty website to give technicians a faster and easier way to register their customer’s warranties,” said Lindsay Smith, Continental TPMS product manager. “Utilizing the VDO REDI-Sensor warranty site, technicians can quickly check the warranty status of each of their customers TPMS sensors and can easily register any new TPMS sensors they install.”

In addition to housing TPMS warranty information, features a commenting tool that allows technicians to leave comments for VDO customer-service representatives if they have any questions about a product or application. The website also offers a collection of downloadable TPMS installation instruction sheets for popular vehicle makes.

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