WATCH: What You Should Know About TPMS

WATCH: What You Should Know About TPMS

In this episode of Counter Intelligence, Counterman Editor Mark Phillips discusses TPMS sensors and what you need to know, as an auto parts professional, to be well informed about them for your customers.

TPMS has been mandatory on all passenger cars and light trucks since model year 2008 in the United States. And while TPMS sometimes alerts you for seemingly no apparent reason — sometimes you have an abrupt weather change, which can affect the air temperature inside the tire — these ingenius devices can save lives.

In this episode of Counter Intelligence, Counterman Editor Mark Phillips discusses TPMS sensors and what you need to know about them as auto parts professionals.

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