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Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (dTPMS)1 is a monitoring system for the tyre pressure. A correctly inflated tyre means less tyre wear, lower fuel consumption and safer driving.
The TPMS system uses sensors that are located in the air valves to monitor tyre pressure levels. When the sensors detect an incorrect tyre pressure, the warning lamp illuminates on the dashboard to indicate incorrect tyre pressure. A message also appears in the driver's display. When the tyre pressure lamp illuminates, this means that one or more tyres has an incorrect tyre pressure.
Set of four sensors
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Facts and advantages
Volvo recommends TPMS sensors on all the wheels of the car.
The TPMS system serves to indicate incorrect tyre pressure, but is not to be used as a replacement for normal tyre maintenance.
When the car travels at 30 km/h or faster, the sensors supply data to a receiver inside the car.
This page does not apply to the Plug-in Hybrid.
The TPMS system uses a 434 Mhz radio frequency. Electrical equipment that uses the same frequency can cause system interference and must not be installed in the car. Contact an authorized Volvo dealer for further information.
TPMS can also be installed on steel rims installed in the factory from and incl. Ch 100906-.
- Direct TPMS (dTPMS) contains sensors and an application. Indirect TPMS (iTPMS) only contains an application, and is used on cars from Ch 239301-.
- Ordered according to separate procedures and downloaded using VIDA.