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Old 07-26-2019, 08:03 AM   #1
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Another TPMS question

Does anyone know of a TPMS system that in addition to monitoring its own sensors, that it will also monitor the stock pressure monitors in my truck? Seems like it should be possible, but I've never seen it. I am aware that the stock tire sensors don't transmit temperature, at least I don't think that they do. I know the truck is monitoring them, but it doesn't have an audible alarm.
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I've never heard of one that would do that!
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I have asked several manufacturers the same question. They all said that there would have to be too many different programs in their receivers.
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If there was such a company it would probably cost A Lot more anyway. Itís not much more to get the additional 4 sensors.
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An alternative would be to install TST internal sensors on your truck. You could keep the factory system and add the new ones.
https://tsttruck.com/shop.html?marke...e_of_sensor=23
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An alternative would be to install TST internal sensors on your truck. You could keep the factory system and add the new ones.
https://tsttruck.com/shop.html?marke...e_of_sensor=23
This is exactly what I do when I tow my Ram. Take off the valve stem caps, spin on the TPMS sensors, and away I go. When I get to my destination, I take 'em back off, then repeat for the ride home. Works perfectly.
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