Schrader Releases 2012 Application Data for TPMS Portfolio

               On October 10, 2011, Schrader, one of the world’s leading tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) manufacturers, announced the release of its comprehensive 2012 catalog of application data for TPMS-equipped vehicles. It is the first company to have made available important 2012 make, model, year, and part information for TPMS-enabled vehicles. In doing so, Schrader reinforces its commitment to providing the world with the most in-depth and accurate sensor application data possible.

The 2012 catalog of application data will be crucial to the installation of Schrader TPMS replacement sensors, service packs, and other TPMS-related product and will provide aftermarket service and repair facilities with the latest, most accurate information on TPMS parts and compatibility. With over 160 million Schrader sensors on the road today and over 54% of vehicle platforms carrying Schrader TPMS technology, the release of the 2012 catalog of application data is extremely relevant to the automotive industry around the globe.

Adding on the application data from the previous year, the 2012 catalog of application data will incorporate new model types equipped with Schrader sensors. The new catalog includes application data on new 2012 vehicles such as the: Aston Martin Virage, Audi A7, BMW X1, Kia Cadenza, Scion IQ, and Volkswagen Polo.

The Schrader 2012 catalog of application data will be available to customers and also available at Special Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) Schrader Booth. The SEMA show will be in Las Vegas and will run from Tuesday, November 1st – Friday, November 4th.

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