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Dadoffourgirls

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Posted: 06/14/22 07:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

schlep1967 wrote:

Dadoffourgirls wrote:

My TPMS for the trailer allowed my 2022 3500 LTZ to save me from any damage yesterday. I had a tire start to run hot, and then start losing air. The notification captured my wife's attention (if only I could do that) and was stopped on the side of the road while still 20lbs of air.

If your truck came with the sensors, I encourage you to have them installed.

I got the truck used and there are no sensors with it. It has the capability to use them. Do I get them from GM or can I use an aftermarket sensor?


I would look for someone who is selling them. They are expensive as accessories.


Dad of Four Girls
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Employee of GM, all opinions are my own!
2017 Express Ext 3500 (Code named "BIGGER ED" by daughters)
2011 Jayco Jayflight G2 32BHDS

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