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Old 08-30-2017, 02:18 PM   #1
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Eez Tire TPMS question

Hey guys, getting ready to pull the trigger on a TPMS. Looking at the Eez Tire..Can you tell me if the display rotates 90į so I could mount the suction cup to the driver side window? Any other input is also appreciated. Thanks
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Old 08-30-2017, 02:41 PM   #2
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Our display does not rotate. When we are traveling I have the display mounted on the passenger side window. Its readily visible from the driver's seat.

For some reason the sensors on the motorhome tires are all reading about 7 psi below the pressure I measure directly at the tire with a couple of different gauges. At one time they were reading accurately, but seem to have shifted over last winter. I run our tires at 82 psi (per the label in the the MH) but the EZTire sensors show 75-77 psi. I consider this to be "OK" as what you are really looking for is a sudden change in pressure and not so much absolute pressure. Still I'd like them to be more accurate.
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Old 08-30-2017, 03:02 PM   #3
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Sensor batteries getting low from sitting during the winter?
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Old 08-30-2017, 03:17 PM   #4
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Sensor batteries getting low from sitting during the winter?
had same issue changed batteries. It does not rotate but I made a bracket that is screwed into the window frame using the window frame screws and than the Eez bracket is screws to that i can get a pic later when I go out to rig just got home from being away for the
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Here is the pic a piece of 1/8"x 2" aluminum I cut it to 6" long so I coud get 2 screws to hold, may attach GPS next to it
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I bought an EEZ TPMS system for my TT years ago. The problem is the non-replaceable internal battery in the receiver. Once it dies the unit will not turn on even if connected to 12 VDC power. A replacement receiver at that time was over $200.
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Old 08-30-2017, 04:50 PM   #7
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I bought an EEZ TPMS system for my TT years ago. The problem is the non-replaceable internal battery in the receiver. Once it dies the unit will not turn on even if connected to 12 VDC power. A replacement receiver at that time was over $200.
They must have gotten strong feedback on that, the receiver batteries are replaceable in the current model.
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