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Dill Air Controls Expands TPMS Offering With Newest OEM Sensors

Dill Air ControlsDill Air Controls continues to expand its offering with the latest OEM sensors on some of the newest vehicles, providing maximum support to automotive service facilities across the United States and Canada.

The newest OEM Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors are on the following vehicles by part number:
1225 – 2013/2014 Toyota Highlander and 2014 RAV4 models.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Some of these models are equipped with intelligent keys and may require a different sensor from their remote keyless entry counterparts.
5256 – 2014 2-, 3- and 4-series, i3, i8, X5, and X6 BMW, including the 2014 Mini platform.
5558 – 2014 Infiniti Q50 which is equipped with Continental’s new LocaPASE technology.
1233 – 2012-2014 Hyundai Azera.

The sensors above are not replaced by blank or multi-application sensors currently in the market. Remember, after installing any new sensor, the vehicle relearn process must be completed to always to ensure accurate communication, proper system functionality, and elimination of past sensor data.

For more information, visit www.dillvalves.com.

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