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Old 09-19-2020, 04:39 PM   #1
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Pressure Pro 360RV TPMS Sensor Replacement

Our current Newmar DutchAire DP came with the Pressure Pro 360Rv TPMS that the previous owner had purchased. I am now starting to have several of the sensor batteries go bad. Where have others, who have this system, found to be the most economical place to purchase the replacements; through Pressure Pro or a (3rd) party vendor. The whole unit unfortunately has to be replaced instead of the batteries.
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Old 09-19-2020, 10:04 PM   #2
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I had a Pressure Pro system since 2003 which worked well and was one, if not the only,aftermarket system available at the time. Original sensors lasted 7 - 8 years before batteries died and needed to be replaced and replacement sensors were $25.

Fast forward to 2018 when we bought our DS which had a tag and needed 2 more sensors @ $50 each as well as having several others that needed to be replaced due to weak batteries. I decided to purchase a new system with replaceable batteries which so far has performed great.
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ace, replace, replacement, tpms

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