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The wireless monitor is plugged into any 12-volt DC outlet in the dash and positioned so that it is visible to the driver. Using the Sensitivity button on the wireless monitor, the driver can select Low, Medium or High braking sensitivity. The Vehicle button selects the type of vehicle being towed.
A zero PSI alert is one of three displays that can let the driver know something is wrong. Here, you can see the display is showing zero pressure in the right front tire; the readout is accompanied by a loud alarm.

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