Try out TPMS tools at Automechanika with Bartec Auto ID

Figures regarding MOT failures linked to TPMS defects have skyrocketed to more than 23,000 vehicles, an increase of 212%, meaning a visit to Bartec at the NEC could prove worthwhile indeed.
Screen Shot 2017-05-15 at 18.35.47Bartec Auto ID will demonstrate its Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) tools in the Interactive Workshop area, diagnosing faults on wheels and sensors and showing how to make a programmable sensor to replace a broken part and re-learn an ECU with a replacement part number.
Bartec says its TECH500 is the only TPMS scanning tool in the world that boasts a combination of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, inductive charging and keyless ignition testing. It can detect and diagnose sensor faults – possibly due to a failed battery, mechanical damage or corrosion – and can recognise whether the vehicle’s ECU or TPMS receivers are at fault.
MD, Colin Webb, will also deliver a presentation entitled ‘Six Steps to Success’ – where he will identify what is needed to carry out TPMS repairs, selecting appropriate equipment, parts, training and support, and how to sell professional TPMS servicing to customers.
Colin says: “Very few tyre shop chains in the UK have formally trained and equipped their technicians to service TPMS; the quality of training and support generally available leaves a lot to be desired. Bartec will be offering advice on the key steps to take to organise your shop and technicians in order to deliver high-quality TPMS services and send customers away happy.”
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