Servicing the Next Generation of Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems
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Thursday, March 4, 2010; Presented by: Kevin Rohlwing, Senior Vice President of Training, Tire Industry Association
As increasing numbers of vehicles equipped with Tire-Pressure Monitoring Systems come on line, knowledge of proper servicing procedures for both direct and indirect systems is essential for tire installation, repair and maintenance professionals. Understanding when a relearn procedure is necessary, such as after a change in air pressure, a tire rotation or a tire/sensor replacement, is only the first step. Technicians must also understand relearn procedures for both import and domestic vehicles.
Kevin Rohlwing, senior vice president of training for the Tire Industry Association, presented a summary of TPMS technology currently used on foreign and domestic vehicles and the latest relearn principles. He also discussed the difference between a low-tire indicator and a malfunction indicator light as well as the fundamentals of aluminum clamp-in sensor service and maintenance.
A tire-industry veteran with more than 26 years of experience in the field, Rohlwing has trained more than 3,000 certified tire service professionals on the latest developments in the tire industry.
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