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Old 06-06-2013, 08:35 PM
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2013 Procal Tire Pressure Settings

I always read about people setting the warning level to anything they want but the instructions for me only go down to 22 psi. Can you really not set it between 1-21 psi at all?

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Old 06-06-2013, 09:05 PM   #2
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It looks like a binary thing, so I'd guess at the following:

1psi - 111000001
2psi - 111000010
3psi - 111000011
4psi - 111000100
5psi - 111000101
6psi - 111000110
7psi - 111000111
8psi - 111001000
9psi - 111001001
10psi- 111001010
11psi- 111001011
12psi- 111001100
13psi- 111001101
14psi- 111001110
15psi- 111001111
16psi- 111010000
17psi- 111010001
18psi- 111010010
19psi- 111010011
20psi- 111010100
21psi- 111010101

That joins up perfectly with the sequence on the QR card, so I think it's right. Don't sue me if I cause your rig to explode though. I'm not an expert.

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wow, thanks man, I'll have to give it a try then!
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I haven't played with my procal in a while but it's a simple math equation based on your tire size. It's a different equation if your tire is larger than say a 38'', I don't remember exactly. But you should be able to set it to what ever you want.
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wow, thanks man, I'll have to give it a try then!
No worries, let me know if it works. Following the same pattern you should be able to take the sensitivity up to 63psi, not that that would be any use whatsoever.
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I got my Procal last week and I just turn the TPMS off with it when I air down. The instructions say for diagnostic purposes only, but when you dig deeper it also says for off road use too.

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