The Air Aware tire pressure sensor is designed to do two things: to measure tire pressure and to transmit the readings to your vehicle's electronic control unit (ECU). The ECU will then interpret the signals and provide you with the necessary warning through a gauge or warning light mounted on your instrument panel. That way, you'll be fully aware of all your tires' pressure and make the necessary adjustments. Mounted within the tire cavity, the Air Aware tire pressure sensor uses frequency collected by its pressure-sensing transmitters. These transmitters are powered by batteries designed to last for as long as 10 years, so you can be certain that the sensor will give you accurate tire pressure measurements for a long time.
Without the Air Aware tire pressure sensor, you may end up driving on flat tires without even knowing it. Or if you're an obsessive-compulsive who always pumps up the tires every gas stop, you may bust your tires because of over-inflation. Either way, you'd have to spend more, because your tires will wear out pretty fast. Thankfully, you can prevent this from happening with an Air Aware sensor. Check out the Parts Train catalog for more information on this tire pressure sensor.
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