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Are you looking for TPMS for your vehicle?

As per the United Kingdom Government, every vehicle manufactured after 2014 must have a built-in technology known as TPMS or Tyre Pressure Monitoring System.

This advanced technology constantly monitors the air pressure level inside your car tyres with the help of sensors and provides necessary information. When the tyre pressure level falls below 25%, the TPMS warning light keeps flashing on the dashboard, indicating low air pressure.

Are you searching for ‘TPMS replacement services near me’?

Then, look no further than A1 Tyres Cambridge. We are one of the most trusted destinations offering TPMS sensor replacement Cambridge at market-best rates.

About our TPMS replacement service

TPMS replacement is an intricate process, and even the slightest error can cause irreparable damage to the associated components. This service requires advanced tools and technologies to ensure accurate and precise results. Our experts are well-versed with the latest TPMS technologies to perform it in no time.

Firstly, our experts will check the TPMS sensors to locate the cause of the issues and replace the damaged TPMS with OE-grade spares. We have these for almost every vehicle make and model and ensure optimal service life.

Further, we have a transparent pricing policy and ensure you do not have to pay a penny extra while opting for our services.

What are the causes of a failing TPMS?

Excessive usage, exposure to extreme temperature, juddering and rash driving on rough roads are some of the most common causes of a malfunctioning TPMS. However, several other factors lead to TPMS failures, such as:

Corrosion

Generally, automobile manufacturers install TPMS sensors on pure aluminium stem valves. These valves stay exposed to external impurities and dirt that lead to corrosion.

Exhausted batteries

Due to excessive usage, TPMS sensor batteries die out, and the whole system ceases to perform.

Moreover, there are two types of TPMS:

Indirect TPMS

This TPMS detects low tyre pressure by comparing the relative wheel speeds through the wheel sensors in the ABS.

Direct TPMS

In this type of TPMS, the sensors are placed on the wheels and provide real-time data about the tyre pressure level to the ECU. As soon as the air pressure level falls below 25%, the TPMS warning light starts blinking on the dashboard.

We stock both types of TPMS and retail them at a competitive rate, making us one of the most sought-after destinations for TPMS replacement Cambridge.

Sounds perfect, right?

Then, get in touch with us today!

We are at 24 Cheddars Lane, Cambridge, CB5 8LD.

Have more queries, call us on 01223 660452 or write to us at a1tyres@yahoo.co.uk.

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