Originally Posted by steve258
What RV tire pressure monitoring system is easy to program?
I had a Pressure Pro system for about 7 or 8 years. Non-replaceable batteries and as I recall I was easily annoyed by the programming process.
When I figured it was time for new batteries, the new sensors were going to run me $500. And Iíd still have the 8 year old display.
So I gave that system to my son in law for his utility trailer and bought a complete eeez tire system. More features and multiple programming options. Plus little labels for the sensors so once coded itís a done deal and donít need to do that again. I get maybe 1 1/2 to 2 years out of a set of batteries but they are cheap on Amazon and I like being able to put in new batts each spring and keep rolling without wondering if they are all good.
I would guess that for virtually all systems you have to code each sensor by position as a one shot event. Iíd pick a system based on desired features since thatís what youíll deal with each day, not the coding.