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Old 07-24-2019, 01:39 AM   #1
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I just updated my old Pressure Pro to a new TST 507. Iím not sure at what temp I should set my alert. At what temp is is necessary to pull over and let your tires cool down. Never have had to deal with this issue and want to program a temp into the TST. I GUESS I COULD CALL Michelin. Anybody using a TPMS and set up a temp alert?
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TST setup manual recommends 158 degrees. Suggest to start there and change if any nuisance alarms.
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Ok, I did see that. Thatís what I was going to do. Thanks
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