Orders Open For TIA’s Latest TPMS Relearn Chart – UnderhoodService

Orders Open For TIA’s Latest TPMS Relearn Chart

TIA is accepting pre-orders for the newest version of its TPMS Relearn Chart, which includes domestic and import vehicles through model year 2012.

TIA is accepting pre-orders for the newest version of its TPMS Relearn Chart, which includes domestic and import vehicles through model year 2012.

The chart, said TIA, "serves as a valuable, comprehensive, and quick reference guide that technicians can easily navigate to service most vehicles equipped with TPMS."

TIA’s TPMS Relearn Chart is divided into domestic and import vehicle sections and includes the type of TPMS, relearn summaries, OEM sensor part number, and replacement sensor and service pack part numbers for Schrader, Dill, Myers Tire Supply, 31 Inc., Xtra-Seal and NAPA, and sensor numbers for Orange Electronics and Oro-Tek.

The chart also lists the torque specs for the sensor nut, torx bolt, worm gear and vehicle lug nuts. New to the chart this year are fitment, part numbers, and a picture reference guide for the various programmable and multi-format replacement sensors on the market.

TIA will have copies of the new chart at its booth (40057) at the Global Tire Expo at the SEMA Show in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, and will be accepting pre-orders that will be shipped after the event.

For those not attending the GTE, orders can be placed by contacting TIA’s Director of Training Chris Marnett at [email protected] or 800-876-8372 x106.

Article courtesy of TIRE REVIEW.

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