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Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS)

Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) were designed to detect when your tire pressure runs below its recommended level by 25% or more. Vehicles built in 2008 or later come standard with tire monitor systems.

How much should I expect to pay for service on my tire monitor system?

Services for your Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) will vary in price depending on the kind of maintenance your system requires. The cost can also vary based on the type of tire monitor system your vehicle has: direct or indirect. Our service technicians will work with you to determine what is best for your vehicle.

What we do:

  • Diagnose and resolve TPMS alerts
  • System checks after installing new tires
  • Electronic resets for the TPMS
  • TPMS sensor replacement
  • Sensor maintenance and repairs
  • Courtesy service inspections

How long does tire monitor system service take?

At a Best-One Tire & Service location, tire monitor system repairs are typically same-day services. Simple system checks and resets generally take less time, whereas more complex services like sensor repairs will vary in duration. When you schedule an appointment to service your tire monitor system, we will provide you with an estimated timeframe based on your vehicle’s needs.

When do I need service on my tire monitor system?

Not all tire monitor systems are the same, so you should always refer to your owner’s manual for the specifics on your vehicle. We recommend servicing the TPMS after new tires are installed, and when your dashboard indicator light is on. When you get new tires, it is important for the system to be tested to make sure it is functioning the way it should. For many cars, the system may require an electronic reset when all your tires are replaced. Our service advisors will help identify the best plan for your vehicle.

Also, your car’s tire monitor system might be due for maintenance if any of the following apply:

  • Your dashboard TPMS light is on or flashing
  • You recently got new tires
  • Your indicator light or air pressure seems to be inaccurate

Schedule a Tire Monitor System Service

At Best-One Tire & Service, we want every customer to walk away from their service experience and tell others why they are Raving Fans of Best-One. When you choose Best-One for tire monitor system service near you, we’ll do our very best to deliver the service you need, at a competitive price, from people who treat you like family.