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TyreSure. Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
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- The T.P.M.S system constantly monitors tyre pressure
- The system alerts the driver when tyre pressure or tyre temperatures
- and temperature. The system alerts the driver when tyre pressure or tyre temperatures
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The T.P.M.S system constantly monitors tyre pressure and temperature. The system alerts the driver when tyre pressure or tyre temperatures are abnormal. It is totally wireless and CE Certified. In the USA T.P.M.S is required to be fitted by law on new vehicles from September 2007. Many European vehicles already have this system installed. It saves fuel, it saves tyre wear, it saves lives. FEATURES & BENEFITS: - System operates 24hr - 365 days - 7 year battery life - No need to check tyre pressures - System alerts driver within 3 seconds of abnormal pressure or temperature • Benefits - Better fuel consumption ... saves money - Normal tyre wear ... saves money - No low pressure tyre failure ... saves lives
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I like the system and it particularly suits my vehicle but a replacement sensor costs around £33 plus fitting at my local tyre shop.Tyresure apparently supply tyre pressure monitoring equipment to the trade and this is what they say they specialise in.So I offered to travel up to see them in the Leicester area.This is a round trip of about two hundred miles.They responded by stating the TPMS equipment they sell will only work on original equipment systems fitted by vehicle manufacturers NOT on their aftermarket Tyresure system !!
So the bottom line is,if you buy the Tyresure system,you MAY be lucky.But if the sensors stop transmitting,due to failure of the 3.6v lithium battery in each one,be prepared for a long and drawn out struggle to get anything done about it by a company that promises the earth but cannot supply a solution.
So, if battery failure is the case, with the replacement internal tyre units costing £118 for the four, plus new valves or screws and tyre removal, reinstallation and balancing the cost will be the same as a new system fully fitted!!
I could not recommend this system to anyone, not because I don't like it and not because it is not effective when it works but because it does not last for the specified time and you appear not to be able to get help from Tyresure after the one year warranty runs out.
I had a very similar experience to the other user. Bought this (not from Amazon) in October 2011 and had it professionally installed and hard wired in to the car. In February 2013, three of the wheels stopped sending readings. I managed to go through the time consuming process of reconfiguring the sensors to the display unit, only for them to stop again a few days later. After contacting the company, they suggested syncing them again. I did, and a few days later, they dropped again. They suggested it was a display unit issue, and promised to send me out a replacement. As I was due new tyres, I also ordered 4 replacement valves. Big mistake. Nothing arrived. Like the other users, I got the "must be lost in the post" line, with apologies and promises of a replacement. That never arrived, and they stopped responding to emails and messages. I'm still fighting to get a refund, but not expecting to get anywhere.
In the meantime, I managed to source a replacement display elsewhere. That lasted about 6 months before problems with dropped connections.
Overall, great while it worked, but a very short lifespan. Avoid.
As I had an OEM system on my previous car which was 11 years old when I changed it, I only had to replace 1 sensor and that was because I didn't notice a garage had put on a fancy v/v cap when replacing a tyre which reacted with the valve stem causing it to break, so if those sensors could last why can't these?