Tire Pressure Monitoring System - Aladdin
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Tire Pressure Monitoring System

TPMS Services

Your vehicle’s tire pressure monitoring system TPMS is a safeguard that alerts you to a decrease in tire pressure. Ensuring your TPMS is working properly helps ensure your safety. Last year alone, Aladdin professionals performed more than 1.6 million TMPS services. If your TPMS is malfunctioning, have one of our automotive technicians near you repair it today.

Every TPMS Service Includes

Courtesy Vehicle Inspection

TMPS sensors testing

Tire Pressure Check

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Check-up Service at Aladdin

Tire inflation is crucial for vehicle stability, traction, steering, and braking. Our technicians will guarantee that your TPMS is in good working order.

  • Each of your vehicle’s TPMS sensor batteries should be tested.
  • Check and adjust tire pressure according to your vehicle’s specifications.
  • Vehicle Inspection

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Sensor Replacement Service at Aladdin

A TPMS sensor can fail for a variety of causes, including an accident or collision, as well as battery failure. If your TPMS indicator is illuminated despite the fact that your tires are in good condition, have one of our automotive specialists near you troubleshoot the issue.

  • Testing the batteries in each of your vehicle’s TPMS sensors to identify which ones need to be replaced.
  • Tire detachment
  • A tire specialist will remove the old sensor and properly install and program a new one.
  • The wheel must be properly rebalanced.
  • Check and adjust tire pressure according to your vehicle’s specifications.
  • Inspection of a Courtesy Vehicle

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is my TPMS light still on?

When the air pressure in your tyres drops significantly, the TPMS indicator illuminates. The indicator may remain on for a brief period of time after you have refilled the tyres with air. While this might indicate a punctured tyre, a TPMS light that stays on for a lengthy amount of time could also indicate a faulty sensor that needs to be replaced. Check your tyres and TPMS with one of our trained specialists near you to keep your car rolling safely down the road

What could happen if my TPMS light stays on and I don’t have theproblem fixed?

Schedule a service appointment near you right now to fix your TPMS sensor. There are various problems that might happen to your tires and automobile if you opt not to have this fixed.

How often should I check my tire pressure?

As part of a normal checkup, check the tyre pressure on your car on a regular basis. Check your tyre pressure following temperature changes; cold weather can cause a dip, while warm weather can produce a rise.

*** Servicing a hybrid vehicle usually requires removal of trunk access panel for power supply access, shut off and reconnection

*** Hybrid vehicle service will result in an additional $15.00 fee

A shop supply fee will be an additional charge (except in NY and CA) of 9.99% up to $35.00. Each individual work order will identify and apply any applicable shop supply charge.