Tire Pressure Monitoring System
When it comes to the repair of your tire pressure monitoring system, ASG Automotive is the best option for Indianapolis drivers. Without a properly operating tire pressure monitoring system, your dashboard may not alert you to the fact that your tire pressure is low, which can reduce your car’s efficiency and mileage per gallon, fast. You can trust our team of ASE-Certified & Bosch-Certified auto mechanics to repair this part of our vehicle.
Our team at ASG Automotive has been obsessed with cars all our lives, and we truly enjoy what we do. We are dedicated to making sure all your vehicle’s systems are functioning at optimal condition so that you’re driving safely every time you hit the road. Let us do our job so that you can get out there and do your job, whatever that may be. We offer both a shuttle service and rental cars offered at competitive prices. Look at what Michael J. had to say in this recent 5-star review:
I’ve had work done on several vehicles at ASG and I have to say that they are highly skilled, fairly priced and courteous in nature. I would recommend their services to anyone. Thanks again Scott, Kyle and Craig.
It’s easy to see why ASG Automotive is the leading choice for auto repair and tire pressure monitoring system repair in Indianapolis. Give us a call, and we can get started on restoring your tire pressure and tire pressure monitoring system! You can reach us at (317) 826-2906, and our auto repair shop is located at 5841 Thunderbird Road, Suite 3, Indianapolis, IN 46236. We look forward to seeing you soon at ASG Automotive. Thanks for choosing us!
Let’s check your tire pressure monitoring system and tires
A TPMS light doesn’t always mean you’ll have to inflate your tires or change them. Indeed, most cases that involve the alerts of the car tire pressure monitoring system revolve around tires low on pressure, which is easy to fix. But sometimes, the problem can be with your TPMS, not tires. When this is the case, the service may be more complex to keep your TPMS working again.
If you have recently had an inflation, repair, or replacement job on your tires, a quick reset may solve your TPMS problem. This will get it in sync with your vehicle’s other systems so that a TPMS light is gone.
A tire pressure monitoring system service may also involve sensor repairs or replacement. If the battery inside your sensor is dead, you may need a new sensor installed for systems in which replacing a battery is either impossible or doesn’t make sense.
Tire pressure monitoring system repairs are usually necessary following tire repair jobs. New seals and other components may be needed for your TPMS’s valve stems. Not only will they make sure you aren’t driving with low tire pressure, but they will also help you get rid of the blinking TPMS light.
At ASG, we can do any type of service following a TPMS inspection on your car. Our 4-year warranty protects you from the unexpected, whether you’re having a new sensor installed or your tires inflated with an existing sensor reset.