TPMS Sensor ServiceTire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) refers to sensors in your tires that help detect whether the air pressure in your tires is too low. Our tire technicians at Just Tires will check each TPMS sensor for functionality before either resetting or replacing them. Add to Appointment
WHY YOUR TPMS SENSOR MAY NEED SERVICED
- Your TPMS light is on and stays on
- Your tire pressure is frequently low
- You recently had your tires serviced, but your TPMS light was not reset
If you see an illuminated sign of a tire profile with an exclamation point in the center displaying on your dashboard, it's signaling that the air inside your tires might be low. If you see this symbol, or even if you feel your tire's air pressure is low, drop by to have one of our trained technicians check your tire pressure.
ABOUT OUR TPMS SERVICE
What’s Included with Our Tire Pressure Monitoring System Service?
During a TPMS Service at Just Tires, our tire technicians will inspect your tires and specifically the electronic sensor used to monitor the air pressure that’s inside of your tires. Schedule an appointment today for our technicians to perform the following steps.
- Perform a system test on all of your TPMS sensors to see if they’re in working order.
- Help ensure your tires are the proper air pressure.
- Replace or reset any malfunctioning TPMS sensors should you choose.
- Discuss any additional recommended repairs you may wish to make, and any costs involved.
Where Can I Get a TPMS Service Near Me?
Easily schedule an appointment today at your local Just Tires tire shop and have your tire pressure monitoring system and sensors inspected or repaired. Schedule an Appointment Today
What are the Benefits of a TPMS Sensor Service?
A functional tire pressure monitoring system plays an important role in making sure that your car is working properly.
Proper tire inflation and working TPMS Sensors help to:
- Improve vehicle safety and handling
- Decrease premature tread wear
- Maximize fuel economy
- Reduce CO2 emissions
- Reduce braking distance
How Does TPMS Work?
If your tire pressure feels low, or your TPMS light turns on and stays on, it means your tire pressure has fallen by 25% or more below the manufacturer's recommended standard. We suggest that you come to us as soon as possible. Schedule an Appointment Today
Understanding Your Tire Pressure Monitoring System
A tire pressure monitoring system is an electronic sensor mounted on the inside of each tire on your vehicle. This sensor helps to detect a significant difference in tire pressure and temperature from the vehicle's prescribed placard pressure rating. If a difference is found, your vehicle will display a visual indicator icon on the vehicle’s interior dashboard.
If you have additional questions related to your tire’s air pressure or your TPMS Sensors, contact a local store near you or make an appointment online today to speak with one of our tire technicians.
If you're unsure what the TPMS symbol means, you're not alone. In a survey of more than 1,000 drivers in the United States, 49 percent of younger drivers and 39 percent of all drivers were unable to identify the TPMS warning sign. Read more on the TPMS Tire Pressure Light Study now.