Alligator sens.it RS universal TPMS sensors now support auto-learning on the 2019 Chevy Volt and 2021 Chevy Colorado.
These vehicles are among the first GM mid-sized models to have both an auto-relearn feature for the TPMS, and also a fill-assist feature, the initial ones being the new Chevy Corvette C8 and full-size SUVs (Tahoe, Suburban, etc). Auto Learn allows the vehicle to automatically locate TPMS sensor locations after a tire rotation has been completed or after installing new sensors. Also offered is a Tire Fill Alert System that indicates via audial and visual cues when a tire is being inflated and when it’s been filled to the recommended psi. When filling a tire, the turn signal will flash on the corner that is being filled and the driver will be informed that the optimal tire pressure has been reached during inflation by sounding a single horn chirp. If the tire is accidentally over inflated, the vehicle will sound multiple horn chirps.
When replacing OEM sensors with aftermarket sensors, RS series TPMS sensors from Alligator will provide all the functionality your car delivers, according to Alligator. Regardless of the tool you use to program your Alligator TPMS sensors, this new vehicle should be available for programming after you complete the latest update.
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