Continental, supplier of OE and aftermarket Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems, TPMS replacement parts, and TPMS diagnostic tools, has released an informative training video that clarifies the difference between ‘TPMS Relearn’ and ‘TPMS Sensor Programming’.
This is an industry service issue that continues to confuse many professional automotive technicians and tire specialists.
The new video, entitled: TPMS Service: Relearn vs Programming, was created to help service pros understand the difference between the two procedures and how they affect shop efficiency.
Sean Lannoo, Continental Sales Technical Training Supervisor explains, “TPMS service has proven to be a very complex issue in the aftermarket due to the proliferation of TPMS sensors on the market, the wide range of application criteria, and different installation procedures.
“Topping the list is the ongoing confusion between ‘TPMS Relearn’ and ‘TPMS Programming.’ These are two completely different procedures that are often misunderstood.”
The short but highly informative video is sponsored by REDI-Sensor Multi-Application TPMS Sensors.
It features two Continental TIA Certified training specialists and educates viewers on the difference between a sensor relearn and sensor programming, when each step is needed, and why they both play a vital role in safe, effective, and profitable TPMS service.
The video is hosted on the ‘Training Central’ section of REDI-Sensor.com and on the Continental REDI-Sensor YouTube page and can be accessed on demand by professional technicians who are looking to increase their TPMS knowledge base.
View the video here: