Mitchell 1 announces the availability of its 2006 Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) guide, covering all domestic and import vehicles equipped with tire pressure monitoring systems through model year 2006. As featured on and

The easy-to-use guide provides up-to-date information on each manufacturers’ tire pressure monitoring system. Many previously covered vehicle models have been updated, while 43 new models have been added.

“Vehicles with TPMS really just started hitting shops in volume in the past couple of years, so TPMS is one of the hottest topics going.” said Dan Kelley, director of strategic partnerships. “Mitchell 1 provides complete coverage of TPMS in our On-Demand5 Repair product. This guide is used as a quick reference guide for shops that change or rotate tires, or install wheels as it provides them with tire dismounting/mounting procedures and cautions, and TPMS sensor reset procedures. As usual, Mitchell 1 is the first-to-market with a TPMS product.”

Tire pressure monitoring systems have been used on vehicles for several years, mostly on high-end models. Starting with the 2008 model year, the systems will be mandatory on passenger cars and most light duty trucks and vans.

The new guide can be purchased in Mitchell 1’s Product Catalog. The price is $95 per copy and volume discounts are available. Private Label opportunities are available for quantities of 1,000 or more.

SEMA members may get a discount on the book at:

About the Author

Jill Schafer

Jill Schafer is the Marketing Communication Manager at Mitchell 1 and has over 20 years of marketing experience with high-technology organizations, including over 10 years in the automotive information industry.