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Don’t adjust tire pressure by the display. Takes a few pounds before the sensor registers it on the display. Before you know it your under your mark. Since the tires come over inflated from the factory I thought I would adjust and see how accurate the display was. Going back to using my trusty gauge.
 

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I always use a gauge myself. I keep it right in that little tray under my charge ports. Never fully trust the one at the air pump at gas stations either. Buy one and keep it handy.
 

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Mine seems accurate. Whenever I stop by Costco Tire Center my buddy inflates my tires for me and it's usually spot on with the HUD.
 

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What I find interesting is that I have 2 different types of air gauges and they both read different pressures. I always go by the one that pops out though.


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I just wanted to see how accurate and how sensitive the system was. 100% of the time I go by my gauge.
 

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What I find interesting is that I have 2 different types of air gauges and they both read different pressures. I always go by the one that pops out though.


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I heard the pop up ones arent accurate, and go with the ones that look like a meter or digital instead.
 

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I heard the pop up ones arent accurate, and go with the ones that look like a meter or digital instead.
Dang, really? I do have one that looks like a meter. I guess I’ll use that one.


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