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Old 06-05-2016, 07:02 PM   #127
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I set up my TST 507 for the 4 TT tires and the monitor still shows the right front TV tire. Is that normal?
I doubt it. On my TST System....the Rep set up the 4 TT wheels as RF RR LF LR and I added a sensor for the spare tire which was positioned to show up as point on the tow vehicle. So I have a small box with one sensor showing up and a larger box behind it with 4 displays showing up. Info alternates from one location to the next and keeps rotating as you go down the road. Pm sent.
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Old 06-05-2016, 11:51 PM   #128
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I did the exact same thing and it took me a while to figure out how to delete the front tire. You can either go into program mode and enter all ffffff"s manually or you can figure out which code is a duplicate by resetting all the sensors and it will erase it
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Old 06-06-2016, 07:03 AM   #129
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I did the exact same thing and it took me a while to figure out how to delete the front tire. You can either go into program mode and enter all ffffff"s manually or you can figure out which code is a duplicate by resetting all the sensors and it will erase it


How do you reset all the sensors?
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Old 06-06-2016, 01:40 PM   #130
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I just put the sensors under the head unit like you set them the first time. Put them in a different order and they will be relearned. It took me a long time to figure out how to erase the right front wheel. I assume I started programming when that wheel was flashing.
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Old 06-07-2016, 02:57 PM   #131
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I set up my TST 507 for the 4 TT tires and the monitor still shows the right front TV tire. Is that normal?
This is normal. It is used to test the monitors at the factor. If you want to delete this, follow the instructions below.


Press and hold the Code button
Use the + button to move to the tire to be deleted
Press and hold the Set button till it beeps
This should delete the unwanted tire
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Old 06-07-2016, 05:02 PM   #132
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How to delete a position

Press and Hold the "CODE" button until it beeps.
USE THE + and - keys to move to the position that you want to delete.

Press and hold set until it beeps and that position will return to all FFF's

Let me know if you need any more help.
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Old 06-07-2016, 05:48 PM   #133
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Pretty happy with my TST 507s.

I put them on the wheels, retrofitted with metal stems. They come online relatively quickly (5 +\- 1 min) on all four wheels.

One question ya'll might know: on a typical day, three of my sensors will show one reading (say 55 psi) but one will persistently show 2-3 psi lower (say 52 psi). I've confirmed it is the sensor, not the tire, by moving it to another tire.

Do you guys see this as normal variation? Looking at the Truck Systems web sight, it seems I recall the sensor accuracy being somewhat less than that variation.

Your thoughts?

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Old 06-07-2016, 07:06 PM   #134
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Yup, that is the instruction that I got when I called TST. They test the unit at the factory by setting up the off-driver side tire. We have two trips with the TST and love it. When I said we have an AS they shipped our unit with the antenna extension but we have not needed it.
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Old 06-07-2016, 07:10 PM   #135
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Just bought and installed these sensors after visiting Alumapalooza and meeting with a rep. I called the company and Debbie was so kind to walk me through the process of setting up the system - with her help it was a piece of cake. This weekend will be the first weekend out with new tires and the new sensors.
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Old 06-08-2016, 06:01 AM   #136
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TST Tire Pressure Monitoring System

The manual says plus 20 % and minus 10%. Is that what very one is using for the Marathon 14" tires?
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This is normal. It is used to test the monitors at the factor. If you want to delete this, follow the instructions below.





Press and hold the Code button

Use the + button to move to the tire to be deleted

Press and hold the Set button till it beeps

This should delete the unwanted tire


Many thanks!
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Old 06-09-2016, 03:23 PM   #138
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The TST sensors come with an allen screw serving as a lock for the stem. You use an allen wrench (provided) to tighten it. Unless someone has the same TST system and the allen wrench, why would anyone steal a sensor?

A 2 psi variation in the readings can be caused by sun on one tire, some variation in the tire making it run a little hotter or cooler, or slop in the sensor or monitor design. A 3 psi variation in hand held pressure gauges is pretty common (the kind with a metal thing that slides out under pressure is probably even less accurate). If you have 80 psi (LR E tire filled to capacity) 2 lbs is 2.5%, not bad for anything reading pressure that isn't too expensive. For a LR D tire at capacity (65 psi), 2 lbs. is 3%.

So far, after a bit more than a year, our TST system is working fine and seems to work better than the TPMS systems we have had before.

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The manual says plus 20 % and minus 10%. Is that what very one is using for the Marathon 14" tires?

One recommendation was set to plus 20 psi and minus 10 psi.


Still looking for some settings help.
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One recommendation was set to plus 20 psi and minus 10 psi.


Still looking for some settings help.

Here's the link to the manual online.

http://tsttruck.com/wp-content/uploa...ser-manual.pdf

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