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At South Bay Mazda, we consider the Tire Pressure Monitoring System or TPMS to be one of the most innovative technologies in your vehicle. The TPMS continuously monitors tire pressures using sensors at each wheel and an electronic control unit. If a tire’s pressure drops too low, the system immediately alerts the driver by illuminating a dashboard warning light.
Not only is Tire Pressure Monitoring fantastic for preventing blowouts on the highway, but it is a fantastic tool to use in making sure that each tire has air pressure at factory specifications. With proper tire inflation being one of the best ways to get the most life out of your tires, maintaining the TPMS is one of the best ways to ensure factory-specified inflation across your tires throughout their service life. If your Mazda has a TPMS problem, we invite you to our Mazda Service Department in Torrance near Redondo Beach, Carson, and Hawthorne, CA.
At South Bay Mazda, we share with our customers that the TPMS is an electronic device that relies on a radio-transmitting sensor positioned at each wheel that is also prone to excessive dirt accumulation, damages, and faulty readings. When the Tire Pressure Monitoring System is providing erroneous measurements or no measurements at all, then it is time to schedule a Tire Pressure Monitoring System Service. Here are the telltale indicators of a faulty TPMS:
At South Bay Mazda, Tire Pressure Monitoring System Service is performed by a highly skilled technician that begins with an inspection and will only install genuine Mazda OEM Parts. The expert technician will start by inflating the tires and resetting the TPMS. If the tires hold air at factory specifications verified with a manual reading but the TPMS warning light is still on, then the sensor is either covered in filth or damaged. If covered in grime, the sensor gets cleaned to restore performance.
However, if the TPMS has damage, it will require replacement to restore accurate inflation measurements. No matter what the condition or performance of your TPMS, you can rest assured that we will do everything needed, and nothing more nor less, to restore your TPMS to factory specifications.