ALLENTOWN, Pa. (April 14, 2014) — Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket, manufacturer of VDO OE-engineered instrumentation and replacement parts, has released its VDO 2014 TPMS Replacement Parts Program catalog.
The new catalog has been “significantly expanded,” Conti said, and includes the latest application validations for the VDO REDI-Sensor multi-application TPMS sensor service solution, which provides coverage for domestic, Asian and European makes and models sold in North America using only four sensor SKUs.
In addition, the replacement parts program has been expanded with additional coverage of OE sensors and service kits for a wider range of domestic, European and Asian vehicles, Conti said.
The catalog features an application section along with an illustrated buyers guide, which includes individual listings for OE sensor assemblies, REDI-Sensor multi-application sensors, service kits, torque specification, installation tips, service kit guide, make/model index, OE cross reference, REDI-Sensor cross reference, REDI-sensor product information and contact information, according to Conti.
Conti said no additional purchases or training is needed to get started with its REDI-Sensor TPMS sensors, which are pre-programmed with software from the factory and are designed to follow OE vehicle relearn procedures. They are ready to use out-of-the-box and work with all major TPMS scan tools.
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