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I use an Autel TPMS tool, "MaxiTPMS TS401

easy to use, does all the models.

I also use it for checking keyfob battery strength. Cool feature.

 

I don't change tires so I can't answer that part of it.

But, I seem to do a lot of them

 

I charge a diagnostic fee for checking the system, and a few bucks for setting them up. Under 40 bucks usually.

Around here (Oklahoma) without any state inspections at all nobody really gives a flip about service lights or TPMS lights. But the ones that do like to have it done.

 

A lot of them are amazed that some little box is talking to the tire. LOL Always gets a reaction from the customer when they watch me check their car. LOL

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