PressurePro How-To Guide
WHAT SHOULD BE DONE IF A LOW PRESSURE ALERT IS SOUNDED? Here is your How-To Guide.
Firstly, immediately pull over and check tire.
CHECKING TIRE PRESSURES – Sensors send an updated pressure reading approx. every 5 minutes. However, if there is a low-pressure tire, an alarm over-rides the 5 minute update. When a tire loses 12 1/2% psi the driver will immediately be notified by an alarm. The monitor will blink the location of that tire and will read out the pressure in the window. Pressing the “UP” or “DOWN” button, (Monitor in Normal Mode), will select a tire location to display. To reset baseline pressure, remove Sensor for 60 seconds, then reinstall.
REMOVING AND REPLACING A SENSOR ON THE VALVE STEM IMMEDIATELY AFTER DRIVING CAN RESULT IN “FALSE” ALERTS. ALLOW TIRES TO COOL TO AMBIENT TEMPERATURE.
MANUALLY CHECK TIRE PRESSURES AND INFLATE TIRES – It is recommended that tire pressures be checked regularly with a quality pressure gauge with tire at ambient temperatures. Remove Sensor, (Monitor will now read “00” and give an audible alert), check pressure, and inflate if necessary. Leaving a Sensor off for 60 seconds sets a new pressure level – alert level will now be based on new pressure.
Installation INTERRUPTION – If, during installation, an interruption occurs and the installer is delayed (no button pushed for 10 minutes) the system exits Program Mode. To restart installation, go to step #2 in “Installation Instructions”.
MUTING THE AUDIBLE “ALERT” – Press the round button (“ON” or “SET” button) after the alert sounds. This will put the alert in the ‘reminder’ mode. When the lights turn off, an “alert” beep will continue periodically as a reminder of a low-pressure situation. If no button is pressed within 15 minutes, ‘reminder’ mode activates automatically.
REMOVING SENSOR TO ROTATE OR REPLACE TIRES: When Sensors are installed, they are programmed to a specific tire position. If rotating tires or installing new tires, Sensors
must be removed. Do one of the following:
- MARK EACH Sensor to identify its wheel location. (This can be done by placing Sensors into marked containers, such as envelopes or baggies.) When putting the Sensors back onto the valve stem, screw the Sensors back onto the Sensor’s original wheel location. By doing this, you eliminate the need to reprogram the Sensor to the Monitor. System will now be ready to operate.
- IF YOU CHOOSE NOT TO IDENTIFY EACH Sensor TO A LOCATION. delete each Sensor from the Monitor. When reinstalling Sensors, they must be reprogrammed. To delete a Sensor, see “Deleting a Location” in the “Monitor Button Functions” section.
IMPORTANT: Products using RF signals are subject to interference of the signal causing a loss of signal. Reception depends on the environment and conditions present at the time of use. The Pressure Pro TPMS has been designed to be as reliable as possible with the use of RF transmissions. There is no guarantee of signal reception. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.