What to Do if Your TPMS Light Comes On
Usually, there no need to be alarmed when your TPMS light comes on. Much like your fuel gauge, it is simply telling you that one or more of your tires needs to be properly inflated. The first thing to do is to drive to a station that has an air pump and then check the pressure of your tires. Simply inflate them if they are low or deflate them if they have too much air.
However, if you’d rather save yourself the trouble, come to our shop for TPMS system servicing. We’ll check the system and your tires, make sure they have the right pressure, and then send you on your way. Sometimes, TPM systems need to be repaired. Fortunately, because we have more than 30 years of experience in the auto repair industry, we are able to fix any issue with all types of tire pressure monitoring systems. Schedule a diagnostic today if your system is having problems.
Contact us if the TPMS warning light on your dashboard keeps coming on. We serve customers throughout Kissimmee, Poinciana, Davenport, Clermont, Narcoosee, Lake Nona, Four Corners, Windermere, Orlando, St. Cloud, Celebration, Hunters Creek, Florida, as well as the surrounding areas.