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Are you looking for TPMS Specialists for your vehicle?

Is your car’s TPMS warning light showing on the dashboard? Take this as a sign of incorrect tyre pressure or a misfunctioning of your car’s TPMS. Therefore, we suggest that you visit our garage as soon as possible.

The A2B Tyre Shop is your one-stop destination not only for puncture repairs, but also for TPMS sensor replacements at affordable rates. Professionals at our garage offer accurate and prompt servicing of malfunctioning TPMS sensors Barry. Our goal is to ensure that your safety on the road remains uncompromised.

So, The A2B Tyre Shop is a name you can trust.

For more information on our services of TPMS sensor replacement, please get in touch with us.

What is TPMS?

A Tyre Pressure Monitoring System is an electronic safety mechanism that constantly collects information about a vehicle’s tyre pressure. Car tyres running on inadequate tyre pressure are at risk of a sudden blowout, thereby compromising your safety.

Therefore, TPMS sensors must function optimally to alert a car owner when the tyre pressure drops below a specific threshold (usually from 25%).

A TPMS senso can be of two types:

Direct TPMS

This uses a TPMS valve mounted on a car’s wheels. It, therefore, accurately measures the pressure levels of each tyre. The readings then get transmitted to a centralised control module that computes and displays the pressure to you in real time. Moreover, when this tyre pressure reading drops below a specific limit, the TPMS sensor triggers the warning light on your car’s dashboard.

Indirect TPMS

A car running on underinflated tyres alters the pace of its wheels’ rotation. Indirect TPMS detects the wheel speed via the speed sensors on a vehicle’s antilock braking system or ABS. A change in the pace of wheel rotation, therefore, gets transmitted to the car’s ECU. Thereafter, this unit calculates the pressure and triggers the TPMS warning light.

Why Should You Opt for a TPMS Replacement from Us?

There are several factors that can possibly damage a car’s TPMS sensor, such as:

  • Depleted or failing car battery
  • Electrical faults
  • Corroded or dirty TPMS valve stem
  • Incorrect TPMS settings for a vehicle
  • Age (the typical service life is 5-10 years)

Our team of specialists are adept at resolving all issues with TPMS sensors. Therefore, you need not worry about how to replace TPMS sensor battery; simply leave it to our professionals.

Now that you are familiar with us, why don’t you drop by our facility sometime?

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