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My Cancer surgery (transchiatal oesophagectomy) left me with 'hypoglycemia.
I am not diabetic but the Hypo's are really no different to those that diabetic may...
Steelmate | TP-8886 DIY Tyre Pressure Monitoring System For Android
As above bought two weeks old ago as a present for my father. However, he doesn't like the android thing so have brought him the simpler version.
It comes boxed with all the parts included and was only put on his car...
My '04 E55 estate is fitted with TPMS. It doesn't work, partly because there is only a sensor/transmitter on one wheel; the other three wheels have ordinary rubber valves fitted. HOWEVER...
There are two possible types of system which could be fitted to the car, and even Terry at Wayne Gates...
Hi there im new to the Forum and looking for a Bit of help
As above I have a 2000 Sprinter 313cdi
It will Start Run for 2 seconds then cut out
Code coming up as rail pressure monitoring Maximum pressure
Exceeded .I have checked o rings on solenoid on rail
And replaced filter. The EDC...
BBC News - LG investigates Smart TV 'unauthorised spying' claim
Anyone else find this disgraceful?
The DP Registrar should fine them 100% of UK turnover for last 5 years.
I wonder who else is using this ability on our equipment
This looks clever.
How does it work?
I wonder what they mean when they say "(not intended for automotive use)"
Tomorrow I'll be travelling up the M6 and M74 to Lockerbie (ish).
Does anyone know what the latest (and very commendable) road safety speed monitoring methods are, just in case my Distronic fails, and I find myself inexplicably travelling over the justifiably correct 70mph.
As part of my weekly maintenance schedule, I usually check tyre pressures. Today, one the rears was down to 25psi (from the 32psi I normally use). Suspecting a slow puncture I jacked up the car and had a quick look. Sure enough, a screwnail was embedded in the tread. The TPMS hadn't given any...
Does anyone know how this works and at what psi does it trigger a warning? I was wondering if it's better to check with a manual pressure gague on a regular basis rather than rely on the gizmo?
Anyone who mentions 600psi will get a lump of coal from santa this year ;)
For those conscious about costs (I know there are a few on here that are keen mpg watchers! ;) ) I came across this device/website that monitors your electric usage and is pretty impressive.
Ive been wanting an electric monitor device for some time but the ones you get from home base etc just...
Anyone else pass under the white van on the bridge near J17 - last night and tonight?
Not your usual Wiltshire camera van - those are smaler and only operate between about 9:30am and 4:30pm - never seem to be around in the rush hour.
Anyway this was a full size transit, no markings other...
Hi all - I have checked the previous threads on this but wanted to get an idea if other users here with cars fitted with TPM still check their tyre pressures manually. Am I relying too much on the TPM system to tell me if my tyres need air?
I've just put some new wheels and tyres on my car which are fitted with MB pressure monitoring valves.
Does anyone know how to get the car to recognise that they are there and to start using them?
The car handbook describes how to check pressures using these devices so I assume...
You might remember that Steve activated Tyre Pressure monitoring in my cars cluster a little while ago. Well this morning it worked! I stopped and couldn't see a problem but on checking I found that one of the tyres had a slow puncture and was 7lb below the other three tyres. Good mod!:D
Just mulling over options - nice position to be in of course - and looking at these two items. They sound nice, but seem to cost the earth for the relative convenience...
Anyone here with strong feelings as to whether they're options worth having? Any other non-obvious options I ought to...