Most TPMS sensor failures are caused by galvanic corrosion of the valve core and stem. This sounds like an easy fix Ÿ?? but until now, service techs could not, in most cases, replace the valve stem without replacing the entire sensor module, rebalancing the wheel, and resetting the TPMS sensor. Proven reliable in thousands of miles of real-world, all-season testing, the Ken-Tool reCore Sensor Saver System changes all that. No Need to Replace Stripped or Time CorrosionTPMS Sensors!
Fast. With a little skill, a service technician can install a new valve stem in 10-15 minutes.
Save time and increase profits!
Valve stems can be repaired due to time corrosion
Kit includes drill and installation tools
25 repairs can equate $1000 in Labor Profits
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