Originally Posted by rpierrie
Does reading the pressure through a flow-through sensor of a TPMS impact the accuracy of the reading? Or do I need to remove the TPMS sensor to get a true reading?
Mine read within the limits of error, my digital gauge is what I trust (digital's are more accurate than dial).
Even reflected sunlight onto a tire will make a small pressure difference. That's why most TPMS users see 1-3# difference in cold readings from day to day.
Don't let a TPMS pressure difference bother you, remember 25 years ago when we never heard of a TPMS? We were happily unaware of slight pressure differences.
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