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  1. Join Date
    Jun 2005
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    #1
    Good day people,

    Sino po ang may alam kung saan makakabili ng TPMS. Ito yung nilalagay sa mga tires at remotely pinadadala ang pressure sa monitor through a transmitter. If I am not mistaken, Mitsu Adventure Super Sport is equipped with this one. Yung iba po kasi idiot sensor lang na naka tap sa ABS kung saan di mo alam which tire ang kulang sa hangin.

    Thanks for the info.

  2. Join Date
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    #2
    Sa Ford Libis may naka-display sila. Same din ng sa Mitsu.

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  3. Join Date
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    #3
    Yung sa Paj FM ko di na accurate iba iba ang reading kahit iisa sukat sa pressure guage sa gas station.

  4. Join Date
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    #4
    the first mitsu to carry this was the fieldmasters. anyway, yes, it is inaccurate but it can still help show you if a flat suddenly occurs, based on personal experience. i think winterpine is the one supplying mitsu philippines with this.

    yung sensor for each tire attaches to the end of the air valve that goes into the inside of the rim.

  5. Join Date
    Aug 2006
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    #5
    mga sir tanong ko lang po sa mga may TPMS diba po kapag nawawalan ng signal ano po ba puwede gawin kasi po naka ilaw lang at nagiinit puwede po ba bunutin yun o kng ano po puwede gawain

  6. Join Date
    Dec 2010
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    #6
    Anybody know anything about the ones in Toyotas? Bagong option lang ata ito, sells for around P12,000.

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    #7
    the tpms is the whole system. if you need the in-tire sensor, you need to replace all four if you can not find the exact replacement. most of them need to be reprogrammed while installed on the car with a special sensor "training" tool to synchronize the frequency with the cars signal receiver

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    Dec 2010
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    #8
    Are these sensors very prone to damage when changing tires?

    So it has to be reprogrammed each and every time particularly when you change tires? Can this be done by the user/owner or the casa alone?

    I've read that Mitsubishi's TPMS can be reset by the user/owner.

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    #9
    the tpms sensor is sensitive to water in the tire from undry air supply tanks. it is also sensitive to the "fix-a-flat" tire sealer/inflator. if the tires had to be replaced, the sensor does not retraining. the tire technician should be very careful though as these sensor/transmitter are susceptible to damage when demounting and mounting tires

  10. Join Date
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    #10
    Quote Originally Posted by jick.cejoco View Post
    the tpms sensor is sensitive to water in the tire from undry air supply tanks. it is also sensitive to the "fix-a-flat" tire sealer/inflator. if the tires had to be replaced, the sensor does not retraining. the tire technician should be very careful though as these sensor/transmitter are susceptible to damage when demounting and mounting tires
    Complicated pala. Will have to think twice about getting this now. Thanks.

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TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)