Meet us at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas Nov. 1-4, 2011 Booth# 48076
 


SEMA SHOW 2012 is one week away!

OROTEK booth at SEMA Show 2011 When you visit the Orotek booth 48076 in the lower south hall, you’ll get a chance to learn about upcoming products, see a short video overview of TPMS, and ask questions.  Or, just swing by to let us know you love our sensors and tell us your TPMS stories.  Who knows, maybe we’ll even feature you in an upcoming newsletter.  ewsletter.  How to find our booth at SEMA
   

New iORO Sensors

logo iORO OTI-002 iORO sensor OTI-001, which covers 70% of all vehicles, launched earlier this year with much success.  Our second iORO sensor OTI-002, which covers many 433 Mhz applications including all BMW 2006-12, will be available in December 2011. Click here to view a list of all the iORO 2 applications

Completing a full set, in January 2012, is our third iORO s
ensor OTI-003.  It will cover many Asian import vehicles.   Click here to view a list of all the iORO 3 applications.

These three sensors together cover 90% of the vehicles requiring TPMS.
   

Winter Tire Packages

winter tire packages It’s that time of year again: vacations are over, kids are back in school, and seasonal customers are swapping tires.e swapping tires.

You can save the customer money by installing a set of OROTEK TPMS sensors in seasonal sets. The cost of new sensors is equal to or less than the labor cost to swap OE sensors and resetting twice per year.
For those vehicles that require a tool (every Asian import) we recommend the Ateq Quickset device.  This is a perfect tool for the do-it-yourself customer.
   

Seasonal Tire Maintenance

Seasonal tire maintenance The start and end dates of Daylight Saving Time make excellent reminders for all sorts of things such as replacing fire alarm batteries and changing heating and air filters.  It’s also a great time to check tire pressure, even if you already check monthly.  The sudden drop in outside air temperature that occurs in fall, especially can have a dramatic effect on tire pressure.  A drop of 10 degrees results in a loss of 2psi; that’s enough to effect performance and mileage.  When a vehicle’s performance and mileage are optimal carbon emissions are reduced, sparing the environment. the environment.
Perhaps the best reason for checking tire pressure is safety.  Safety is the main reason why the U.S. government mandated that all newer vehicles must have a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).  It’s all about peace of mind.  When you can offer customers a product that takes away their stress it’s a winner every time.
Sources:
MTD Breaking News
   

Daryl Caliendo Rejoins Orotek

Dayrl Caliendo Daryl Caliendo has joined Orotek as Operations Manager. Caliendo brings with him over 30 years experience in the tire, wheel and accessory business, at both the retail and wholesale level. It is a pleasure to have Daryl back as a member of our team.  He can be reached at (714) 891-0100 Ext. 6500 or by email: dcaliendo@revolutionsupply.com
   

App Guide Delivers 2012 Applications

Application Guide 2012 The Application Guide that you are making great use of has been updated.  Our technicians have diligently verified 2012 applications.  Now you can easily find the right sensor and relearn procedure for most 2012 models.
   

Toyota Factory Scan Tool

ESN number on OSE-3001 When installing Oro-Tek sensors and using a Toyota factory scan tool use the last 7 numbers of the sensor #ESN. the sensor #ESN.

Read more about the Toyota Scan Tool.
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