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After two years, Our shop would like to start servicing TPMS services lights preset on most vehicles we encounter at our facility. I can't even imagine how much income we lost from not thinking about this earlier.
What scanners do you use to scan\flash TPMS sensors and how much do you charge?
Thanks in advance for your thoughts and opinions.
I think that it is very important for shops to check TPMS sensors BEFORE changing tires to avoid blame for defective sensors.
What equipment is your shop is presently using--how satisfied are you with it?
I'm considering the purchase of the following KTI tool: http://ktipst.com/index.php?page=press_release
And the following system (affordable universal replacement sensors that can be programmed to mimic OEM sensors) sounds great, but I don't know anyone who has used it: CUB Programmable Universal Replacement - TPMS Scan Tool ($650 from Tire Rack Wholesale) and TPMS Sensors ($28 each from Tire Rack Wholesale)
Thanks for your help!
We here in the colder areas tend to see a drop off during the winter months when it comes to car counts. I wanted to get a discussion going on how do you stave off the drop in business? What marketing strategies do you employ? I think it is absolutely prudent to think about these things months in advanced if not earlier before its too late for you to do anything.