I didn't get the trailer TPMS when I ordered the truck, but kinda want it now. Is it as simple as just getting the sensors and pairing them to the truck or is there additional hardware that the truck needs?
Phillippeterson: I've got the camera and TPMS sensors still in the box. Please excuse my lack of mechanical skills, but as I recall the instructions, you have to install the cable for the camera for the TPMS to work. I don't need the camera so I've not researched it further. So, my question, do you have to run the pigtail into the truck bed and the transmitter to the pin box, or are the sensors powerful enough to work without those things?
Me too but did not have this as an option, If anyone has a broken tail light I need it to get the camera/sensor out and install in my flatbed.
Is there any technical bulletin or info explaining the system and its parts?
I see the threads a year old. I didn't see a end result.
I'm wanting to install TPMS sensors for my trailer tires as well. I have a 2 axle.
Everything I can find shows you I just have to buy 4 ea part number TPMS47. Install them/Pair them using dash controls and thats it.
I'm not sure what would be need in the cam,tpms set up for the tires.
Anybody just done tires for trailer with only using TPMS sensors.
So nobody has just tried the TPMS Sensors only? I get the package has a booster of sorts. But can't see it has to be used. Heck if my old TPMS from TST worked with out a booster, these in tire stems sure should at $60-$80 bucks each. I just can't see paying $500 bucks +/- for all that wiring and not need it.