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Old 10-18-2020, 11:10 AM   #1
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36U Newbie Question Re: Surge Guard/DriveTech

Picking up our 2021 PA in 10 days and have been going through the manual and have a few questions:
  1. Surge protector
    There appears to be a built in surge protector in the basement on the unit. Do I still need another one?
  2. TPMS
    Reading the Freightliner manual on the DriveTech with Optiview they talk about a built in TPMS. Is this standard? If not, any ideas what it would cost to add on. Having everything show up on the digital dash would be fantastic!
Really looking forward to all the new toys on my PA 😀
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Picking up our 2021 PA in 10 days and have been going through the manual and have a few questions:
  1. Surge protector
    There appears to be a built in surge protector in the basement on the unit. Do I still need another one?
  2. TPMS
    Reading the Freightliner manual on the DriveTech with Optiview they talk about a built in TPMS. Is this standard? If not, any ideas what it would cost to add on. Having everything show up on the digital dash would be fantastic!
Really looking forward to all the new toys on my PA 😀
That would be something if it has built in TPMS. Let us know if that is actually installed. If not, get one. I use EEZtire and I love it.
My coach came with a surge protector built in also (I think it is built into the transfer switch) so I never use an external surge protector.
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