Hamaton Automotive Technology Co. Ltd. has established its North American headquarters in Wixom, Mich. Hamaton Inc. will provide technical, logistics, and customer support to the North American market for its China-based parent company.
Bartec USA LLC released the Tech200Pro, a diagnostic tool that incorporates TPMS sensor testing and activation, tread depth measurement and tire pressure checks at the 2016 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show.
Bosch Automotive Service Solutions has released 3834UPD, a software update for the OTC TPR 3834 standalone tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) activation tool.
Bartec USA has added 23 vehicles to its Tech400Pro and Tech500 tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) tools’ capabilities for adjusting the recommended inflation pressure (RIP or placard). Seven of these additions are new, never-offered-before coverage.
Bartec USA LLC has updated the software for its Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) tools. Release 54 is available for download to a Bartec TPMS tool.
This bulletin applies to 2010 Audi Q5, A4, A5 and A5 Cabriolet models. A 44 display in the dash “TPMS Tire pressure system malfunction” may appear. DTC 03543 will likely be stored (low availability) in the ABS/ESP address word 03 (J104).
A DENSO Corp. First Time Fit Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) sensor never needs to be programmed or cloned before installation -- they're built to fit the specified vehicle right out of the box.
The X-tra Seal Smart Sensor tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) solution from 31 Inc. is a four sensor solution with both rubber snap-in and aluminum clamp-in valve options.
Honda no longer supports the TPMS sensor tool AKS06200060. This has been replaced with the ATEQ VT55. According to Honda, the old tool will not work with the Accord and Crosstour, and Honda notes that the ATEQ tool is “just a better tool all around.”
Denso Products and Services Americas Inc. has released its 2015 Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) sensor and service kit catalog, which includes 36 new TPMS sensor part numbers covering an additional 60 million cars and trucks in operation.
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