Dr4Film Posted February 26, 2022 Share Posted February 26, 2022 (edited) Just spent approximately 30 minutes setting up my new Pressure Pro Pulse TPMS which I purchased to take with me to Salt Lake City where we are picking up our 2006 Monaco Dynasty. I wanted to get it completely configured PRIOR to arriving so I wouldn't have any problems which could delay leaving the storage facility on time. The new PP Pulse monitor was so easy to do the initial configuration followed by adding each sensor position. I actually used the front passenger side tire from my Windsor to setup each sensor. I had previously labeled each of the 12 sensors with location abbreviations. Then it was just a matter of following the screen prompts and screw on the appropriate sensor for the tire location. I did that for the 8 sensors assigned to the coach followed with the 4 sensors assigned to the car. The sensor recognizes the psi that is in that tire as the base psi which obviously is not what it should be, however, I was able to go into the menu settings and adjust the base pressures for each axle as to what my aim psi's should be for each axle. The entire process was a cakewalk. I am a VERY Happy Camper right now! I would strongly recommend the Pressure Pro Pulse TPMS if you are searching for a trustworthy reliable TPMS. I will post a follow-up on the daily performance of the PP Pulse TPMS sometime next week once we have been on the road for a few days driving our coach back to Florida. Edited February 26, 2022 by Dr4Film Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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