Today's post is a guest post from Jerry "Fishfull" Smalley. Jerry is an Iowa native that moved to the Flathead Valley in Montana over 30 years go. He is a retired science teacher, fly tying and casting instructor and an avid fly fisherman. He has written a weekly fishing column for over 30 years in the Hungry Horse News called "Fishfull Thinking." When not fishing you can find Jerry fixing things that he breaks like his truck.
Short Answer: By Saving Time
And How Can They Save Time?
Long Answer: The FIRST time your TPS light blinks, take your rig to the tire company who charges the least to install Toyota EOM sensors and request all 4 grounded tire sensors be replaced at the same time. Get it done ONCE, then go back to work, doing what you do best. Remember the sensors operate on batteries with an 8-10 year life span. Fishfull recommends Tire-Rama, but be sure they use Toyota EOM sensors, not NAPA. Got 3 done for $102 each; last one cost $86. Toyota dealer wanted $160-$190 depending on who wrote the service work order.
Save Time. Save Money. Increase Productivity. Take Fishfull Fishing!
Photo Credit: Jerry "Fishfull" Smalley himself with a bonefish in Belize