Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket, maker of the REDI-Sensor Multi-Application TPMS Sensor, has released the “Valve Stem Replacement” training video. It shows technicians the proper procedure for maintaining and replacing damaged VDO clamp-in TPMS sensor valve stems.
Narrated by Continental Product Manager, Steve Landis, the video provides a detailed explanation and demonstration of VDO clamp-in valve stem replacement procedures for the Continental TG1C sensor family. The video gives auto technicians the key information needed to handle faulty, broken or defective TPMS sensors in a step-by-step guide.
In the training video, Landis identifies which scenarios require replacement of the entire sensor and which only require replacing a specific part. The procedure is demonstrated using a VDO REDI-Sensor Multi-Application TPMS Sensor. In addition to illustrating how to replace a damaged valve stem, it also shows the steps involved in disassembling, reassembling and installing a complete VDO REDI-Sensor sensor.
VDO REDI-Sensor is a multi-application TPMS sensor that covers over 85% of all vehicles in North America with only three sensor SKUs, and replaces over 140 OE sensors. REDI-Sensor is designed to follow standard OE vehicle relearn procedures, and works with all major TPMS scan tools, including those from ATEQ, Bartec, OTC/SPX, K-Tool (T.I.P.S.) and Snap-on.