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pressure monitoring systems
Tyre pressure monitoring systems are a popular and effective way of keeping an eye on your tyre pressures and conditions without having to leave the vehicle. They are a required fitting on new vehicles but it's also possible to fit them for older vehicles with a wide range of excellent aftermarket systems to choose from. Here we explain more.
Tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS)
Tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) don't just monitor the tyre for its pressure but also help drivers avoid excessive wear and tear of their tyres and also help protect the car when there's a slow puncture which could help prevent the prospect of the tyre blowing out. For safety and peace of mind, tyre pressure monitoring systems are certainly worth considering and worth the investment. For those who are fitting an aftermarket tyre pressure monitoring system, then it is worth considering that it may save you money over the long-term. That's because the system will help keep your tyres inflated at the right pressures which will help prolong their life. Having properly inflated tyres will also affect your fuel economy, so you will not be spending as much refuelling if your tyres are underinflated and, more importantly, properly inflated tyres will help you stop more effectively.
Vehicle tyre pressure monitoring system
In modern cars, the vehicle tyre pressure monitoring system will illuminate a warning light on the dashboard; it's usually a yellow horseshoe with an exclamation mark next to it to highlight that there is a problem with one or more tyres. There are two types of pressure system sensors available and for anybody looking to replace or install a new tyre pressure monitoring system, then you'll need to understand what these sensors are - they are direct and indirect sensors. For those fitting an indirect tyre sensor then this will be part of the vehicle's anti-lock braking system and will monitor the rate at which each wheel revolves via the on-board computer. The computer then will use the data being generated to decide whether the tyre is properly inflated or underinflated - essentially the wheel is spinning more than it should be doing.
Tyre pressure monitoring system with a direct sensor
A tyre pressure monitoring system with a direct sensor uses a pressure sensor contained within each tyre and this information is sent to the ECU to give accurate and relevant information to the driver. These direct sensors tend to be wireless and there are replacement parts available should yours become worn or damaged. It´s always a good idea to have a professional either fit or repair the tyre pressure sensors and system to ensure it works properly and is compliant with the vehicle manufacturer´s recommendations.
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