As of 2010 all vehicles sold in the United States are required to have tire pressure monitoring systems. Even if your vehicle was built before 2010 there is a good chance your vehicle's manufacturer already included this feature.
Most of the time when your TPMS light comes on it's because the system senses your tires may be low on pressure.
There are times when other issues may arise. They include: Broken Wheel Sensors, Dead Batteries in Wheel Sensors, Bad TPMS Module, New Sensor Needs Programming, Tires were Rotated, ETC.
The very first thing to check is your tire pressure. In many vehicles, this also includes the spare tire as they may have a wheel sensor too.
If your TPMS light stays on after checking and inflating your tires to the proper pressure, then it is time to see a certified professional.
Here at Automotive Masters we have the expertise, knowledge, and equipment that was previously only available at the dealer level.
Simply it means that if you are having issues with your TPMS system, Automotive Masters is the place to come for repairs. We guarantee your satisfaction and you will pay much less than the dealer.
We will be able to repair any vehicle's TPMS system with the exception of some brand new model year vehicles, which in that case, your vehicle is still under the manufacturer's warranty.