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Old 06-09-2014, 03:32 PM   #1
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Tire pressure monitoring Ford

I tow a 2009 Ford Taurus, Ford approve model for four wheel down towing. The car has installed from Factory a Tire Monitoring system and yes it works fine. I have asked dealers if I could buy a receiver to install in MH that would receive the tire pressure in MH, about 45' back.
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Old 06-09-2014, 04:45 PM   #2
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No is the easy answer. Same problem here so I bought the external non-flow thru sensors for my Tire Tech ON monitoring system. They work fine. JM2...
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The sensors on the car are on the rims not the valve stems. That is the reason I thought it might work. If I put a system on the stems will it interfere with the sensors on the rims.
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The two system I have do not interfer with each other. Each TMPS manufacturer has different radio frequencies that they use. JM2...
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You have two systems on the car
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Yes. One is the factory installed system inside the rim. The 10 sensor Tire Tech ON attaches to the valve stem. The two systems do not interact; I can read the car's installed TPMS at the same time I read the add on unit. JM2...
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Thanks, I guess it will buy one
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