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Old 12-06-2007
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lol. I talked about it, just ain't dun it yet.
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hahaha, its a Wayne tradition!!!
if you own it, its been down the track as far as i know, wifes t-bird and all

you gonna be in town in 2 weeks? im thinking of paying a visit to your new pad if thats cool/ your not busy
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I'm good except for dec 22nd.
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thoes sensors are stupid. i hate them.
and on some it doesnt matter what the pressure is. it keeps track of all the tire pressure and if one is off from the other 3 then the light will come on. so if all ur tires are at 20 psi no light will come on. or you can reset the light so it will stay at what you set them to. so if one tire is 5 psi and the rest are 30 you can reset the light and it will turn off.
plus it suck mounting and dismounting tires with the sensors in them. they are very easy to break. rangers done have them tho.
only freestars, windstars, explorers, VERY few f-150, sprot trac, escapes, expeditions (newer), and i think a couiple mustangs have them. thats all i can think of right now.
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Old 12-08-2007
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thoes sensors are stupid. i hate them.
and on some it doesnt matter what the pressure is. it keeps track of all the tire pressure and if one is off from the other 3 then the light will come on. so if all ur tires are at 20 psi no light will come on. or you can reset the light so it will stay at what you set them to. so if one tire is 5 psi and the rest are 30 you can reset the light and it will turn off.
plus it suck mounting and dismounting tires with the sensors in them. they are very easy to break. rangers done have them tho.
only freestars, windstars, explorers, VERY few f-150, sprot trac, escapes, expeditions (newer), and i think a couiple mustangs have them. thats all i can think of right now.

that would be the passive system.. it uses the ABS/ TCS system on some cars to monitor the wheel speeds, stupid in my book, they should all have individual sensors monitoring the specific pressure
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