The tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) monitors tire pressure to ensure proper inflation. If the tire is deflated or overinflated, the system will illuminate the TPMS light.
Our advanced TPMS tool offers comprehensive coverage for domestic, European, and Asian vehicles to provide complete TPMS service management.View eCatalog listing
Our kit includes the T56000 TPMS tool, 110V wall charger, protective case, TPMS relearn magnet and OBDII module with cable.
Key features of this TPMS tool include:
Our T46000 TPMS Diagnostic Tool Kit gives you everything you need to perform efficient TPMS repairs and service.View eCatalog listing
This kit features an all-inclusive TPMS diagnostic and programming tool for performing efficient TPMS repairs and service. Here are some of this tool’s key features:
Our T46000 allows you to perform TPMS reset via OBDII on applicable vehicles, which makes up 40% of the TPMS market. Here's how to do it:
1. Use a tool to read all of the sensor IDs
2. Turn on the ignition
3. Connect the tool to the OBDII port
4. The relearn should be complete within 2 minutes
The process for updating your TechSmart® TPMS tools is easy.
To download the update for our T56000 and T46000 tools, click here. To download the update for our T55001 and T55003 tools, click here. Once downloaded, simply follow the steps to keep your TPMS tool up-to-date with the latest TPMS software for domestic and import vehicles. Updates will continually be released throughout the year, so check back for updates after your software is loaded on your computer (PC only).
When a customer visits your repair facility for a tire replacement, tire rotation, or TPMS-related concern, your first action before performing any work should be to obtain their information and conduct a quick system check. This extra effort upfront will help you explain potential damages later and, most important, ensure that your customer is pleased with their service experience.
To start, perform a bulb check by simply turning the ignition key from OFF to RUN. All of the warning lamps on the dash should illuminate and go off in approximately 5 seconds. If not, there’s an error. To learn more, read our article "How to Perform a TPMS Inspection".