TPMS FAQ

I see both 315 and 433 Mhz listed for my vehicle?

If you see both 315 and 433 Mhz listed for your vehicle. Please contact the dealership parts department and ask "based on my VIN: what MHz or OE part number...

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How does TPMS work? Direct TPMS vs. Indirect TPMS
A Direct TPMS (dTPMS) is a type of Tire Pressure Monitoring System that measures the pressure of each tire that is installed on a...

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Why is the TPMS light on?
When a TPMS light on a vehicle's dashboard stays on, it is a sign that one or more tires on the car is underinflated. When a TPMS warning like this has occured...

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What is Tire Pressure Monitoring System or (TPMS)?

TPMS is an electronic system that advises the driver of either a low pressure condition or system malfunction for the sensor. This is indicated by a light dashboard in the form...

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TPMS Frequencies - 315 MHz vs. 433MHz - Which Do I Need?

Most Direct TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems) deploy tire pressure sensors on each wheel of a vehicle. As tire pressure data is collected for each tire, it is sent to...

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