WASHINGTON — If you haven’t yet purchased a Tire Pressure Monitoring System for your truck and trailer (or RV and toad), read up on why you need one. I’ll wait…
Okay, good. Hopefully you chose the TireSafeGuard TPMS. They make systems to fit all rigs, and we are very grateful for ours! Now, if you’ve had your TPMS a while, here are a couple quick tips you may find helpful.
I learned the hard way to check our TPMS sensor cap placement after buying new tires for the truck and then getting two flats before we had even traveled 500 miles. When the alarm sounded that first time, I inspected the tire indicated and found no visible damage. Before checking the pressure manually, I took a look at the other tires to discover it was the cap on the opposite site throwing the alert signal.
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