Your car’s tire pressure monitoring system is a safety feature that will warn you when tire pressure is getting low. In the case of a slow leak, it could save you from having a blowout on the freeway or anytime you’re far away from home.
The TPMS dashboard light will indicate a problem with your tire pressure before you have a flat or, even worse, a blowout. It’s important to keep your TPMS system running properly so that it can detect these types of problems for you.
With that said, realize that there are plenty of things that can go wrong with your TPMS. Sensors can go bad after an accident or a battery replacement. If the sensors fail, the entire system is useless. That’s why Felix Auto and Tire gives special attention to our customers’ tire pressure monitoring systems.
We will check for several different issues when you bring your car in, and there are a variety of services we offer depending on which problems we find with your TPMS. If we find a faulty or broken filter, Felix Auto and Tire pros will do all of the following:
We leave no stone unturned when it comes to your tire pressure monitoring system because it is one of the most important safety features of your car. If it isn’t working properly, it could put you and your family in a dangerous situation – and one that is completely preventable.
When your tires have exactly the right amount of air, your car will perform at its best. It will have the highest level of stability, which means that the proper parts of the tires grip the road in order to prevent an accident. Tire pressure affects traction, breaking, and steering. It also decreases your gas mileage, and it causes your tires to wear unevenly, shortening the life of your tires.
Let Felix Auto and Tire take a look at your TPMS today!
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