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Schumacher SA1346 Wireless Tire Pressure Monitor @ Walmart YMMV $19

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There is one left now at the Pflugerville Walmart zip 78660 aisle K28, after I bought one.

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Pretty cool for $19. Thanks and reppppps for the heads up.
Got one for my older vehicle and I really like it! The sensors use CR1632 3 Volt Lithium each.

I will be looking for the following: 1. accuracy, 2. sensor batteries life, 3. possible air leaks from under the sensors. Hopefully there will be no issues.
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Pretty cool for $19. Thanks and reppppps for the heads up.
Got one for my older vehicle and I really like it! The sensors use CR1632 3 Volt Lithium each.

I will be looking for the following: 1. accuracy, 2. sensor batteries life, 3. possible air leaks from under the sensors. Hopefully there will be no issues.
No problem, I actually needed this as well for my '07 Maxima. Its built in tpms is shot, and rather than getting it fixed I think this is a much cheaper solution. I like that it monitors the temperature as well. I installed it today and everything looked good except for one of the valve sensors where it just shows a 0.0 reading. One of the reviewers on Amazon said that it could be a bad battery. I'll give them a call since it has a one year warranty on it hopefully they'll send me a new sensor or a new battery.
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as low as $10 near me
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Snagged one for $10 a few weeks ago.
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as low as $10 near me
I get $49.99
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Good deal, but my cars have this already and the 50psi limit rules out the trucks and trailers I need them for.
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Good deal unfortunately none near us. One of our car's TPMS are shot too and too expensive to repair.
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Definitely a good cheap solution. Today I went to Discount Tire and replacing one of them was 65 dollars. You can't just pop one new yourself if you don't know how to register using a fancy scantool. So I replaced its battery using solder and silicon and put it back but it is no newbies job so don't try it without watching some YouTube videos.
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I bought one for like $15 last year. My car already has this but it doesn't tell which tire is low. But it's held up pretty good. Also has alarm to tell which tire is low. Battery is good also
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I bought one for like $15 last year. My car already has this but it doesn't tell which tire is low. But it's held up pretty good. Also has alarm to tell which tire is low. Battery is good also
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Local Walmart didn't have this deal
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No problem, I actually needed this as well for my '07 Maxima. Its built in tpms is shot, and rather than getting it fixed I think this is a much cheaper solution. I like that it monitors the temperature as well. I installed it today and everything looked good except for one of the valve sensors where it just shows a 0.0 reading. One of the reviewers on Amazon said that it could be a bad battery. I'll give them a call since it has a one year warranty on it hopefully they'll send me a new sensor or a new battery.
How easy was installation?
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Good deal unfortunately none near us. One of our car's TPMS are shot too and too expensive to repair.
If its a toyota, you can buy a TPMS sensor from advance auto for around $50 minus whatever coupon. Then go to Costco and have them install and program it (around $20)

https://shop.advanceautoparts.com...10900026-P
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Are these actually accurate? How long does the reader take to connect to the sensors if you plug it in?

Would be nice to keep around in the car during autocross and track instead of having to check pressures between runs.
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