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TireMinder RV and Trailer i10 TPMS Installation - 2015 Dynamax Force HD Motorhome

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How to Install the TireMinder RV and Trailer i10 TPMS on a 2015 Dynamax Force HD Motorhome


Hey everyone. Shane here with etrailer.com. Today I have a 2015 Dynamax Force RV, and I'll walk through how to install the tire minder TPMS monitoring system. This system is going to be designed to allow you to monitor the tire pressure in your tires much easier. You can do it while you're traveling. It's going to make it much easier because we're not going to stop every couple of hundred miles to check the tire pressure and add air or, or release air, take pressure out of it.

All of it is going to be seen right here on this LCD monitor. This screen is not only going to allow you to see the tire pressure of each tire, but it's also going to alert you if there's a major change. That's whether tire pressure, temperature, maybe one of the batteries is going low in one of the sensors, or you have a signal loss.This kit's going to allow you to monitor up to 10 tires at once. However, it'll store up to four vehicles or 40 tires. You can find additional sensors here at etrailer.

This is what our sensors are going to look like. This particular kit is going to work with any type of valve stem except aluminum. Aluminum valve stems are typically found on your cars, trucks, and SUVs. There are aluminum sensors available. You can also find those here at etrailer.

With our pressure setting, we're able to set a high or low pressure to give us that alert from zero up to 199 Psi. With our temperature set up in Fahrenheit we can go from negative four degrees to 185 degrees. In Celsius, we can go from negative 20 degrees to 85 degrees.Our screen is going to come with a window mount and a charger and it's compatible with 12 and 24 volt systems. These kits are available in two, four, six or 10 tire kits. This is going to be your 10 tire kit.

You can also find flow through sensors. And what those are it's a sensor that has a valve stem on it and once you put the sensor on, you can actually air up your tire or decrease the pressure leaving the sensor on. With this kit, you actually have to remove this sensor. You can also find replacement batteries for your sensors. All those can be found here at etrailer. Another nice feature with this screen not only being LCD, but we actually have a vehicle that's being flat towed behind a motor home. And if you notice this is the front vehicle, this is a motor home.The screen's going to flip and go to the vehicle that we're towing. So really, you can set it up however you want. This is just how I set it up for our customer. And what it's going to do is you can see it's going to toggle between the two screens. So we don't have to push any buttons to monitor the back vehicle that we're towing.Now that we've gone over some of the features, let's walk through how to get it installed. To start our installation, you need to plug in your monitor and charge it. While that's charging, you're going to take your sensors. You're going to unscrew the lid. The kit's going to come with batteries. You need to install a battery into each one. Next, we install the signal booster. Source are 12 and 24 volt systems. You look on the top of your battery, it'll say 12 volts. You want to make sure you use it on 12 or 24 volts, not six volts. Next, we have to mount this where we can connect it to the battery. But because it's a diesel engine, it needs to be mounted on the undercarriage and as far back as we can get it. So I've got my alligator clips right here where they can reach the battery and I'm able to get down through. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to take this and underneath each one of these little cabinets on the bottom edge, there's a framing.So what I'm want to do is I'm going to actually run the wire and attach it right back in here on the metal frame. I'm going to use some self tapping screws, they do not come in your kit. You can find them pretty much anywhere, just little short ones, and that's going to hold our signal booster up. And then for my wire, I just have some small wire clamps. I'm going to take a couple of other self tapping screws. And we're going to make sure that the wire stays up and it's not hanging down or drooping.inaudible 00:04:51 to take her clamps, and let's run this wire right along the frame rail. I'll get that hold up in place so it doesn't hang down. Now we're going to hook up to our battery. Red, positive, black negative. If you don't want to use these, you can always cut these off and put ring terminals on and hardware it. I like to use these because in the winter time, if you don't use your RV, you can easily just pop these off and you don't have this affecting your battery at all. Screw it on like that. What we want to make sure once we make the connection is that our signal booster is on. You can see right here, we have a green light. So we're good to go. Now that we can start adding our sensors to each wheel and getting him set up on our main screen. With your screen, you're going to push the center button, it's going to turn it on. You want to make sure you see monitoring. Once you get that, you're going to push the right left arrow and you're going to hold it down.Actually, the L's right there in the center, which is good. And you see the front left, two dots are flashing. That's going to be our first tire. Now we're going to take our sensor and we're going to add it to the wheel. Plus you're going to need this little wrench, one of your sensors and a nut. We're going to screw the nut on first. You're going to be at least a quarter inch from the top. We're going to screw on our sensor. We're going to take this wrench and we're going to tighten it up against the sensor. And we'll check our monitor. You can see PSI is flashing. Now we're going to move to the next wheel.We'll use the arrows on the top to do that. They went to top, right, which is the passenger side front wheel. So we'll do the same process, install our sensor and make sure that the PSI shows up on the screen. And you see a front passenger side showing PSI. We're going to repeat that process for the remaining wheels. So this is how I have it set up. This is the RV front wheel driver's side, passenger side, outside driver's side wheel in the back, inside, inside passenger, outside in the back. You scroll through. This motor home is actually towing a second vehicle. So what I did is I set it up like this. This is rear. It's going to be the rear vehicle. And you can really set it up however you want. If you want to put your driver and passenger tires up in the top corners and bottom corners, you can do it that way. What I did is set up like this. Driver, passenger front driver, passenger rear. Once you get everything set up, you press and hold the left and right arrow. It's going to go to monitoring.Once you have it set up the way you want it, you'll notice that the screen's going to toggle between front and rear. So it shows your front vehicle and the rear vehicle. Once you have everything set up the way you want, you're really ready to go. That's going to do it for a look at and installation on tire minders TPMS system on a 2015 Dynamax Force RV.


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