The newest TPMS sensors need the latest TPMS tool software.

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Is your TPMS light on?
Your Tire Pressure Monitoring System, or TPMS, alerts you when one of your tires is substantially under-inflated, which can lead to tire failure, loss of vehicle control, and roll overs.
REDI-Sensor™ advantages
Stocking just four REDI-Sensor™ Sensors gives you coverage for over 225 million vehicles on the road today. Plus, REDI-Sensor needs no cloning or programming.
TPMS applications look up
Find which sensor you need for the year/make/model you’re working on. Download TPMS sensor installation/relearn instructions and find TPMS service video tips.
TPMS Facts and FAQs for drivers
TPMS tips and useful facts for service professionals and everyday drivers. Learn what drivers and service pros need to know about TPMS and TPMS service.
The REDI-Sensor™ line-up
Check out our new REDI-Sensor™ TPMS Sensor line up and learn why REDI-Sensor is the smarter choice for your shop.

The Next Generation REDI-Sensor TPMS Sensors

Our Next Generation REDI-Sensor line up gives you even more reasons to switch to REDI-Sensor! Learn about all the advantages in our press release, and download our latest literature.

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REDI-Sensor TPMS Infographic

Do you know what TPMS is?

A tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) uses sensors in your tires to tell if one or more of your tires are under-inflated. A low tire pressure light or TPMS light on your dash indicates that your air pressure is more than 25% below the manufacturer's recommended inflation. Continuing to drive with tire pressure that low is very dangerous - it can result in erratic handling, reduced braking capability, and even a vehicle rollover during sudden changes in direction. To learn what every driver should know about TPMS and driving safety, check out our illustrated guide to TPMS.

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