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Toyota TPMS Sensors

Respect for People and Continuous Improvement

All Toyota vehicles are equipped with tire pressure monitoring sensors from major cognitive safety systems manufacturers, TRW Automotive Holdings and Pacific Industries. Toyota realizes that driving on under-inflated tires not only affects driving performance, but also increases fuel consumption and increases CO2 emissions into the atmosphere. Being environmentally friendly can only be made possible through paying strict attention to both the macro and micro operations within the company and its products. At Toyota, environmental commitment extends from operations through the full life cycle of products, from design to production to use disposal.  Greener operations and greener manufacturing allows Toyota to combine a quality product with a lighter carbon footprint. At Toyota, it is believed the best way to have an impact on the environment is to have as little impact as possible. That’s why their environmental commitment is built into everything they do — from innovative fuel technologies to supporting a range of "green" initiatives to a drive for zero waste in our plants.  

Toyota: Moving Forward

From the ever popular Camry to the Prius and from the earliest Land Cruisers to the full-size Tundra, Toyota has been producing some of the world’s most popular and beloved vehicles.  Toyota’s commitment to the people, the environment, and the future, can be seen on every Toyota vehicle that rolls off the line. The adoption of the “Toyota Way 2001” has guided Toyota’s vision in producing reliable, safe, and environmentally friendly vehicles. The following four components of the Toyota way serve as a compass for the vision of the Toyota brand.

1) Long-Term thinking as a basis for management decisions

2) A process for problem solving

3) Adding value to the organization by developing its people

4) Recognizing that continuously solve root problems drives organizational learning

If you have any questions regarding OE TPMS, fitment, reset / relearn procedures, installation, or anything else related to TPMS, please contact our customer service department at - [email protected] or give us a call at (714) 482-3996.

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