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Old 06-07-2015, 12:12 PM   #1
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InnoTechRV TPMS Pressure Sensors

I have the InnoTech Tire Pressure Monitoring System.

Over all I am happy with it. I did have a different one and did not like the display.

The InnoTech display shows the tires and rig as it appears (front at the top and rear at the bottom. I have a trailer with four tires.

no5 on the display means no sensor.

I have had terrible luck with the sensors.

The caps crack

and when this happens the insides corrode all most instantly.

Up to now Craig has replaced them for free. The unit is now two years old and I will not ask him to replace them for free any more.

I went to purchase some off his site and the pricing does not make sense.

Bulk Buying Options
single $40.00
2 up to 4 $49.00 per item
5 up to 8 $44.00 per item

Has anyone else been having this problem, and if so what did you do about it?

Does anyone have a cheaper source for these sensors?
See projects on my 1997 America Dream here, Index to the projects is in the first post.

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