Tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS) are no longer just OEM equipment. There are multiple offerings for aftermarket systems, using valve stem senders or OEM style internal senders. Some, often for recreational vehicles, come with their own display screen and can handle dozens of tires to include even trailers.
I am looking at the internal-sender systems that use Bluetooth connectivity and utilize a receiver and dedicated antenna to then link information to a smart device screen.
The internal systems are more expensive than the valve stem units which can be bought all day long for well under $50.
Tirerack sells a unit branded by Michelin that costs about $500 but uses valve stem senders. Sorting through all the offerings is proving to be time consuming.
Has anyone on the list installed an aftermarket system of any style and can you provide your feedback and learned wisdom?
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