Attention Cavalier Automotive Customers

We are open for business as usual!Out of an abundance of caution, we have implemented a daily disinfecting process for all of our common areas. Specific areas of the interior of customer’s cars and keys are being disinfected after being dropped off and picked up at our facility to protect both our customers and employees.If you prefer, It is possible to conduct business with Cavalier and have no physical contact; you may drop off your vehicle utilizing the night drop off, review your digital inspection, authorize the work and pay by credit card over the phone. We can then lock your keys in your car or where ever you prefer.We wish everyone good health, and we feel it is essential to communicate that we are treating our customer’s and employee’s health, safety, and well-being with the HIGHEST priority.

-Cavalier Automotive

Troutville Auto Repair

(540) 966-1113
Mon - Fri: 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Troutville Tire Pressure Monitoring System Repair

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Troutville Tire Pressure Monitoring System Repair by Cavalier AutomotiveA Tire-Pressure Monitoring System is an electronic system designed to monitor the air pressure inside the pneumatic tires on various types of vehicles. It reports tire-pressure information to the driver either via a gauge, pictogram display, or warning light. The TREAD Act of 2000 mandates the use of TPMS technology in all light motor vehicles to help alert drivers of low-pressure conditions.

Benefits of a TPMS system:

  • Fuel Savings
  • Extended Tire Life
  • Decreased Downtime and Maintenance
  • Improved Safety
  • Environmental Efficiency

Other detail:

Most TPMS systems use sensors that wirelessly transmit data to the car’s computer. They are equipped with built-in batteries that have a normal life expectancy of 4-5 years. Battery replacement is not an option – the sensors have to be replaced.

Frequently, there will be a spike in customers with inaccurate TPMS lights in the spring and fall. Sudden changes in air temperature can cause the air pressure in the tires to fluctuate quickly and lead to the illumination of the light. If this is the case we normally find all four tires to be 3-4 psi low or high.

Sensors normally have to be reprogrammed after each tire rotation or tire replacement.

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