Works as advertised
After using the Pressure Pro for two seasons I am pleased to have it. It works as advertised and is easy to install and use. Occasionally I will lose the reading on one sensor as I travel down the road but it will reappear after a turn. I have the receiver mounted low on the dashboard of a Buick Enclave and we are towing a TrailManor Elkmont 24’ single axle with a spare tire. It could be all the aluminum on the trailer and steel on the car blocks the radio frequency signal at times. The only problem I have had is as I will describe. The weight of the sensor will cause a rubber valve stem to bend over and the sensor will ride on the rim due to centrifugal force. On one trip after about two hours the movement of the sensor on the rim caused the sensor to unscrew slightly and the tire started losing air. The receiver alerted me to low air pressure. I pulled over and used a 12 volt compressor to re-inflate the tire. To prevent the problem from reoccurring, I wrapped electrical tape around the valve stems then up around the sensors so they could not unscrew without removing the electrical tape. The receiver does not monitor tire temperature which could alert you to dragging brake shoes but you may see one tire’s pressure rise more than the others in that case. All in all the pressure pro is reasonably priced, does what it claims and is easy to use. Recommended.
DaveE January 9, 2011