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Tire pressure monitoring system


Year after year, studies show that a large percentage of vehicles have at least one under-inflated tire. Your tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) helps you prevent any serious problems that can result from pressure problems. That’s why it’s important to make sure it’s functioning properly.

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What is TPMS?

You’re probably already familiar with your vehicle’s tire pressure monitoring system. The yellow warning light that appears on your dashboard is your car’s TPMS letting you know that the air pressure in one of more of your tires is outside the recommended range. This indicator can catch low pressure long before it becomes noticeable to the eye.

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Don't ignore your tire pressure light

When you notice your tire light blink on, don’t delay in addressing the problem—you could end up with a flat! Low pressure may be a result of a leak or drops in temperature. Whatever the cause, the experts at Mountain View can diagnose the problem and fix it before it gets out of hand.

Having trouble with your car’s TPMS? Just make an online appointment or pull up to any Mountain View Tire & Auto Service location.
How your TPMS comes in handy
By alerting you to improper tire pressure, your vehicle’s Tire Pressure Monitoring System can help you:

Improve fuel economy

Extend the service life of your tires

Maximize vehicle handling

Avoid a blowout caused by an under-inflated tire

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