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Snap-on’s New TPMS4 Software License Provides Continuous Access To Updates

The software keeps the TPMS4 tool current by updating sensor brands and adding vehicle models and new protocols, along with enhanced programmable sensor coverage.

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Snap-on is introducing a new TPMS4 software license that gives technicians access to continuous updates through the TPMSconnect portal.

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The software keeps the TPMS4 tool current by updating sensor brands and adding vehicle models and new protocols, along with enhanced programmable sensor coverage.

Added coverage for current-model-year new-vehicle platforms includes BMW, Chrysler 300, Honda, Lexus, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Sprinter, Subaru and Toyota. 

Enhanced coverage for 16 of the most common aftermarket sensors are integrated into the new software, including MAX T.O.T.A.L. Gen 1 and Gen 2 sensors, Alligator Sens.It, Schrader EZ-sensor, HUF Intellisens UVS and ECS, Hamaton U-Pro, Mobiletron, Orange Universal, BWD Standard QWIK-SENSOR, NAPA QWIK-SENSOR, Steelman Select, PDQ Programmable, Dynamic Pro-Select and Mobiletron Universal. 

Technicians also will be able to look up OEM and aftermarket sensor part numbers as well as TPMS by Dill Valve and Retrofit by Schrader trailer coverage. 

Using a registration code, technicians can download the update through the TPMSconnect portal. The software license is valid for 12 months after purchase. 

Find out more about the new TPMS4 software license, as well as other TPMS tools and products, by contacting your participating Snap-on franchisee or other representative, visiting www.snapon.com or calling 877-SNAPON-4 (877-762-7664).

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