Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Tire Monitoring Systems ??

This is a new line for all of us -- expect more data to be available from your CARQUEST jobber salesman or counterperson in a reasonable time ... in the mean time here is the company web site for more info

Schrader TPMS questions

There is a ONE DAY course on this scheduled for Jan in CTI - here is course outline ...

TIRE PRESSURE MONITOR SYSTEMS - 4 - - Jan (date to be set soon) ( 1 Day ) Room #320
Tire Pressure Monitor Systems are being installed on all light vehicles in the US/Canada. By 2008 all vehicles must be equipped with a system that warns the driver of a tire pressure safety issue. The initial versions of this technology were many and varied but fairly simple to service. However the new technologies require a process to be installed in the service facility that will ensure the profitability of the repair. If a customer comes in to your shop for any tire repair or service and you don't test the sensors before the service, you will be responsible for any faulty sensor. This could cost you hundreds of dollars. Learn to properly service and repair TPMS systems profitably.

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