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Elder CDJR Tire Pressure Monitoring System Service

Tire Pressure Monitoring System Service
in Gun Barrel City, TX


MOPAR Tire Pressure Monitoring System Service

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Light Overview

Does your vehicle have a flashing dashboard TPMS light? The light generally signals your vehicle’s TPMS has a faulty sensor requiring replacement. Certified technicians confirm the problem for accurate repair formulation with a TPMS inspection/diagnosis. We complete TPMS sensor replacement with genuine OEM parts. Continue reading about flashing TPMS dashboard warning lights and common TPMS services. Schedule a TPMS service today at Elder CDJR Cedar Creek in Gun Barrel City, serving Athens, Kemp, and Kaufman, TX.

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Flashing TPMS Dashboard Warning Lights

TPMS involves dashboard warning lights with two different meanings depending on if the light is solid or flashing. A flashing light illuminates for 1 second, turns off for 3 seconds, and repeats. The flashing light signals a problem with one or more of the sensors. Faulty sensors send wrong pressure readings and cause erroneous warning lights. Contact us promptly for a TMPS inspection/diagnosis and as-needed repairs to restore reliable TPMS performance.

TPMS Services

  • Inspection/Diagnosis: Fixing a faulty TPMS requires an inspection/diagnosis by a certified technician. We perform a manual tire pressure test to determine if a sensor provides inaccurate pressure measurements and warning lights.
  • Sensor Repairs: TPMS sensors are assemblies containing several components working together to read pressures and send pressure readings to the onboard diagnostic system. The TPMS also requires a battery and radio transmitter to send inflation measurements. The sensor, battery, and radio transmitter can go bad due to damage from hitting a pothole or road debris. The TPMS sensor assembly also depreciates from spinning 1,000+ times per minute at highway speeds. Sensor repairs involve replacing the assembly, calibration, and verifying results with a manual inflation reading to ensure the measurements match.

When Should I Get TPMS Service?

Your vehicle’s TPMS is a federally regulated component required for all vehicles sold after September 1, 2007. TPMS sensors last for approximately five years for the average vehicle in normal driving conditions. Schedule a TPMS inspection/diagnosis if you think a sensor is damaged. TPMS needs calibration and new sensors installed when mounting new wheels and tire replacement.

Schedule TPMS Service at Elder CDJR Cedar Creek in Gun Barrel City, TX

Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep®, and RAM owners can schedule Mopar-certified TPMS service online or by phone. Many customers schedule TPMS service at the online service scheduling tool whenever convenient. Call the service center during operational hours if you have TPMS questions and schedule your service.


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Complimentary Service Department Amenities

  • Complimentary Coffee & Beverages
  • Genuine Mopar Parts Department
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Comfortable Customer Waiting Area

Elder Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Cedar Creek

309 N. Gun Barrel Lane, 
Gun Barrel City, TX 75156

Service: 430-558-0806

Parts: 430-558-0740

Service Hours

Monday 8:30AM – 8:00PM
Tuesday 8:30AM – 8:00PM
Wednesday 8:30AM – 8:00PM
Thursday 8:30AM – 8:00PM
Friday 8:30AM – 8:00PM
Saturday 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Sunday Closed

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