Did you know that many TPMS sensors were designed to fit multiple vehicle applications, other than the original application? A vehicle may have 4 completely different OEM sensors and all function correctly with the vehicle. You may find up to 30 or more compatible replacement sensors to choose from. Our catalog includes OE and aftermarket sensors and service kits from all the top TPMS parts manufacturers.
Know what original equipment sensors come on any vehicle equipped with direct TPMS. Know when a vehicle came equipped with multiple OE sensors. Get detailed part information including part number, manufacturer, frequency, torque and much more.
There are countless options to consider when replacing a TPMS sensor today. Know which aftermarket sensors are compatible with a selected vehicle. Filter your replacement options by preferred vendors.
Just like TPMS sensors, there are many options for replacing service kits. Know which aftermarket kits will work with the OE sensor and filter your options by preferred vendors.
View annotated part images from multiple angles. At a quick glance, get detailed part information including part number, manufacturer, frequency, type and much more.
TPMS is complicated. Tire retailers must be prepared to service any one of the thousands of sensors in service today and understand how they work together. We provide you with all the necessary information to service vehicles equipped with direct measuring tire pressure monitoring systems.
TPMS Manager includes the most accurate and up to date database of vehicle relearns in the industry. Multiple TPMS reset options are included for many vehicles.
There is a variety of programmable sensor technologies in the market. TPMS Manager provides instructions for creating a new sensor or copying the original sensor for some of the leading sensor vendors.
A proper TPMS scan tool is a must have for the tire retailer today. You cannot service TPMS without one. No tool has 100% coverage and TPMS Manager alerts users of tool incompatibility before they get in trouble.
The biggest challenge when servicing TPMS equipped vehicles is troubleshooting situations where things are NOT working, even when you have the correct information. TPMS Manager is the only resource that combines data from the industry, TSB’s from the OEM manufacturers, as well as supportive information from our partners in the industry.
Know before you service a vehicle equipped with TPMS if there are any pre-existing conditions you should be aware of including manufacturer recalls, TSB's and tool compatibility issues.
Having the right information at your fingertips can be critical for keeping your customers satisfied and getting them back on the road quickly. Our custom database includes hundreds of troubleshooting tips and documents to help you work through complex TPMS issues.
For more complex issues, contact our technical support team. Our team includes industry experts with over 24 years of automotive and tire repair experience.
The website has been very helpful. It has made us more productive and more professional when it comes to relearn procedures. We did not have a procedure for replacing TPMS kit with new tire purchases. The website has helped us with inventory and implementing a new profit center in the sales of the TPMS kits. I would guess we are generating $1000.00 to $1500.00 in sales of TPMS kits per store.