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Textbook Problem

The TPM warning lamp is lit: Technician A says that the cause could be low inflation. Technician B says that the customer may have used a tire sealant to seal a puncture. Who is correct?

a Technician A

  1. Technician B

  • Both A and B
  • Neither A nor B
  • To determine

    Whether Technician A or Technician B is or are correct.

    Explanation

    The term TPM stands for Tire Pressure Monitor.

    The TPM lamp glows when tire pressure is lower than the specified limit.

    The turning on and off of the TPM lamp is not related to sealing of a tire puncture by a tire sealant...

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