The TPMS (tyre pressure monitoring system) in cars warns the driver when there is a change or loss of tyre pressure. Underinflated tyres cause about 41% of accidents in the EU, resulting in injuries.
As per EU’s legislation in 2012, every passenger car in the EU must mandatorily have the TPMS installed. In fact, you will fail your MOT tests if your car has a faulty or inoperative TPMS.
It is, therefore, ideal to keep a check on your car’s TPMS sensor Airdrie. At Lanarkshire Recovery Services, our experts can provide accurate servicing and repairs of TMPS sensors, valve stems, rubber grommet, and valve nuts, among others.
In direct TMPS, a sensor valve is installed in each wheel. The sensor relays a low-frequency signal to the vehicle’s ECU, thereby notifying about the tyre pressure and temperature. In contrast, indirect TPMS relies on the wheel speed sensors of the ABS.
TMPS valves ideally last 5 years or 100,000 miles, whichever comes earlier. However, other factors can damage it prematurely, requiring you to opt for TPMS sensor replacement.
If you are concerned about how to replace TPMS sensor battery, we suggest you drive down to our facility and let us assist you promptly.
In case you see the TPMS warning light turn on, it indicates a malfunction that is either related to temperature or a pressure drop in the tyres.
Regardless of the issues with your vehicle’s TPMS sensor, you can seek our professional assistance for reliable repairs and replacement.
Backed by years of experience, we understand the intricacies of the removal and installation process of TPMS sensor Airdrie. Any wrong move with the tyre iron, bead breaker or torque wrench can break the sensor’s mounting stem. You don’t have to worry about such inefficiencies at our end.
All you have to do is place us a call on 0800 321 3904. You are also welcome to visit our workshop as per your convenience.