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Old 03-29-2017, 11:35 PM   #1
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Using External TPMS sensors on TOAD with OEM TPMS

I've tried every search term I could think of but couldn't find anything on the subject.

I'm about to order an EEZTIRE TPMS for the motorhome and my toad. The toad is a 2015 Ford Explorer and it has OEM TPMS with internal sensors incorporated into the valve stem base. Can I just install the EEZTIRE sensors on the Explorer valve stems and have both systems operate normally or will I have to remove the sensors when driving the car to have TPMS? Will the EEZTIRE even work with the OEM valve stems?

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The internal OEM system will not integrate or interfere with an aftermarket system. Just install your aftermarket external sensors normally on the valve stems.
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The internal OEM system will not integrate or interfere with an aftermarket system. Just install your aftermarket external sensors normally on the valve stems.
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I have been doing this for 4 years now.
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While I have a TST set up on mine there is no interference between them, they work together just fine as should yours.
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I totally agree....
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I've tried every search term I could think of but couldn't find anything on the subject.

I'm about to order an EEZTIRE TPMS for the motorhome and my toad. The toad is a 2015 Ford Explorer and it has OEM TPMS with internal sensors incorporated into the valve stem base. Can I just install the EEZTIRE sensors on the Explorer valve stems and have both systems operate normally or will I have to remove the sensors when driving the car to have TPMS? Will the EEZTIRE even work with the OEM valve stems?

Thanks
I just installed the EEZ Tire TPMS system last week. I ordered the new 10 sensor kit: 6 flow-thru for the coach and 4 standard sensors for the toad. This was by far the easiest set up I've ever had, and there are multiple ways to program, so it's hard to mess it up. I've used the Pressure Prom& Doran TPMS systems to n the past. The system does not interfere with it he he integrated TPMS in my CR-V. Seriously, after a considerable amount of research I'm very happy with the choice of the EEZTire system. Be sure to order the repeater antenna if you have a Newmar. It's recommended by the folks at EEZTire. I powered it off the closet light where it was installed.
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