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Old 06-07-2015, 12:14 PM   #1
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InnoTechRV Tire Monitors

I installed the InnoTechRV 12 sensor tire monitor, works great until the passenger side inside dual lose the signal, I have also installed the booster, that will give your heart a jolt, flat tire at 60 on interstate. It is always the same tire, I changed the valve stem sensor but it occured again. The only thing I can see is maybe the sensor is real close to the rim, maybe it is hitting the rim which cause the lose of signal. I think I will put a small piece of that sticky rubber wrap on and try that, I don't think it will interfere with the operation. I have not installed the tow vehicle sensors yet. Any ideas.

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Old 06-07-2015, 09:25 PM   #2
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Confused, is the tire flat or a sensor problem? Where did you install the booster. Can you post a picture of the tire? Have you changed the battery?

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Old 06-08-2015, 05:58 AM   #3
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No the tire has 90#, that is what I run my rear duels. I installed the booster in the rear engine department to get it close to the tow car. As for the sensor I changed the first one and thought that was the problem but it did the same thing again. I stopped and checked the trie for the first 2-3 times, checked the air. Two sensors have behaved the same way, the booster is just above and behind the ties, less than five feet. The battery was changed, both sensors on this particular tire did the same thing, the display shows no signal not low air, if I don't go outside with the display and unscrew the sensor and then put it back usually it will regain the signal. Since both sensors did the same thing on the same tire I have no idea what is causing the problem, not one of the other tires give a no signal.
Thanks for the help if you can give me any suggestions, I think am going to live with it or take the system, I check the tires when traveling regularly with a good air gauge, I will say this the tire gauge and the tire minder is really close on pressure, I was suprised how much variation there is in temperature
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Old 06-08-2015, 07:48 PM   #4
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Turn your valve stem core out 1/4 turn, might have to go 1/2 turn
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