When Should You Opt For A TPMS Replacement?
Automobile experts recommend that vehicle owners replace the TPMS sensors once every five to six years or after 10,000 to 15,000 miles (whichever comes first). Nevertheless, you might need to opt for a TPMS replacement earlier because of premature damage from:
Failed TPMS Batteries
The TPMS batteries may exhaust prematurely, causing malfunctioning TPMS sensors. A routine check can help you prevent such issues.
Extreme climate changes, harsh external conditions or impact caused by hitting curbs, driving over speed bumps or through potholes at a higher speed can severely damage the transmission coil of your vehicle’s TPMS before its lifeline.
TPMS sensors are generally placed on pure aluminium stem valves that make them vulnerable to corrosion and oxidation. Consequently, this leads to damage to the TPMS.
Vicky Tyres can be the one-stop solution for all vehicle owners searching for “TPMS replacement near me”. Visit us at our modern automobile workshop to replace your car's TPMS sensors. Our technicians use best-in-class equipment to inspect the components without causing any damage to the other parts. They certainly also thoroughly inspect your vehicle’s tyres, valves etc. to make sure there is no damage.
If you need help, please come over to see us as soon as possible.
We are located at Chapel St, Handsworth, Birmingham, B21 0PA.
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