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Are you looking for TPMS Replacement for your vehicle?


A Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is a complex electronic mechanism that is engineered primarily to send a warning to car owners if the tyre pressure is dangerously low (25% below the recommended level). TPMS sensors Aberdeen must be in optimal condition to alert the driver if the air pressure falls below a certain threshold. Usually, such warnings are sent to the car owner via a TPMS warning light showing on the dashboard.

Are you facing any issue with your vehicle's TPMS sensor? There's no reason to worry anymore. Drive over to Laws Tyres. Our certified technicians will conduct a thorough inspection of your car's TMS sensors to identify the issue.

Types of TPMS

Direct system

This mechanism involves the use of individual radio sensors in the wheels to directly measure the pressure of each tyre and convey the data to the car's ECU.

Indirect system

Indirect TPMS systems utilise the ABS sensors of the vehicle to measure and compare the tyres' rotation speed and vibrations to gauge the pressure level of each tyre.

Why do TPMS sensors fail?

Here are some common reasons why car owners opt for TPMS sensor replacement Aberdeen.

Corroded TPMS valve stem

TPMS sensors are mounted at the base of a valve stem, which in many vehicles is composed of aluminium. Since these valve stems are often exposed to water and ferrous brake dust, the sensor gets damaged over time. If your vehicle's TPMS system's valve stem is not in optimal condition, visit our facility for an immediate solution at an affordable price.

Depleted sensor batteries

TPMS sensors Aberdeen are powered by dedicated batteries. Hence, if the batteries are drained out, the sensor will stop working optimally and might register incorrect pressure data. The longevity of sensor batteries tends to vary because it based on how much distance your vehicle travels.

Certified experts believe that, on average, these units should last anywhere between 4 and 8 years. Nevertheless, since most of these sensors use distinct components, the numbers may differ.

In most TPMS systems, the battery is sealed inside the sensor. Hence, if the unit is depleted, the sensor has to be entirely replaced, which is best left to certified technicians like those at Laws Tyres. Hence, stop searching "how to replace TPMS sensor battery" and drive down to our facility.

Physical damage

One of the most common reasons why TPMS sensors Replacement Aberdeen falter is physical damage. These units mostly operate in extreme conditions, for example, harsh weather conditions, extreme pressures and vibrations, etc. Some of the essential components, like the transmission coils and temperature sensors, can be severely impacted due to these forces.

Is your vehicle's TPMS warning light illuminated? Please don't put your safety at risk, and visit our facility at the earliest for the most reliable and cost-efficient TPMS sensors Replacement Aberdeen solution. You can find our facility at Unit 4, Hareness Circle, Aberdeen, AB12 3LY.

If you wish to reach out to us with further queries, dial 01224230750 during business hours. Our customer support team will be happy to help.