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Autodiagnos TPMS SE Works With 100% Of OE, Aftermarket Sensors


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Continental offers the Autodiagnos TPMS SE service tool as an ideal solution for multiple-bay shops that want to increase their TPMS-service capabilities and profits.

Designed to work with 100% of OE sensors and aftermarket sensors from REDI Sensor and EZ-sensor, Autodiagnos TPMS SE can perform relearns on over 95% of domestic, Asian and European models, according to the company.  

The Autodiagnos TPMS SE was developed for multi-bay shops that require more than one TPMS tool in service at a time. It provides direct (OBD, auto, manual) and indirect TPMS relearn procedures and displays sensor ID, pressure, temperature and battery status in a matter of seconds. The tool also utilizes a cabled connection to perform OBD II mode relearns.

“Diagnostic tools can offer great service opportunities for shops, but often come with a hefty price tag. The Autodiagnos TPMS SE tool is an affordable option that allows larger shops to provide critical TPMS service to multiple customers simultaneously,” said Christopher Bahlman, head of diagnostics and services for Continental. “Plus, the tool is backed by Continental’s TPMS and OEM expertise, giving technicians peace of mind when servicing this critical safety system.”

In addition to the Autodiagnos TPMS SE, Continental also offers the Autodiagnos TPMS D tool as a solution for shops that only need a single tool for their service and diagnostic needs. This tool reads and clears TPMS codes and has a built-in VIN scanner for faster make/model/year lookups. It also can program sensors from historical data and features an OBD II mode that streamlines relearns for all of a vehicle’s sensors in under two minutes. The TPMS D works with 100% of OE and aftermarket sensors from REDI Sensor and EZ-sensor, according to Continental.

Continental Diagnostics & Services (D&S) was founded nearly 10 years ago to address the needs of service providers for advanced diagnostics, service information, connected services and specialty solutions, such as PTI (periodic technical inspection). D&S has developed diagnostics and service solutions for North America under the Autodiagnos brand. Key product offerings include professional aftermarket scan tools, TPMS diagnostic and service tools and a connected-vehicle data platform.

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