Are tire pressure monitoring sensors universal?

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The location where the tire pressure monitoring sensor is installed depends on its type:
1. Built-in tire pressure monitoring: installed inside the tire to replace the original valve;
2. External tire pressure monitoring: installed outside the valve. The tire pressure monitoring system refers to a device that automatically monitors tire pressure in real time while the car is driving.

The functions of tire pressure monitoring are:
1. When danger signs appear in the tires, timely alarm is issued to remind the driver to take corresponding measures to avoid serious accidents;
2. Keep the tires working within the specified pressure and temperature range to reduce tire damage and extend service life.


What are the consequences of having tire pressure that is too high or too low?

1. Tire pressure will affect the fuel consumption of the car. The most obvious thing is that if the tire pressure is low, the vehicle will definitely have higher tire pressure than normal.

2. Low tire pressure will cause the tire to be unable to properly contact the ground. Because the tire shoulder is always in contact with the ground, it will wear out quickly and new tires will need to be replaced soon.

3. High tire pressure will cause the weight of the vehicle body to be concentrated in the center of the tread, which will inevitably increase tread wear and reduce tire life.

4. Many people believe that high tire pressure can easily lead to tire blowouts. In fact, low tire pressure is more likely to cause a puncture.

5. When the tire pressure is high, the driving experience will also be significantly affected. Because the tire's rigidity increases, the vehicle's vibration frequency and intensity increase.

6. If the tire pressure is too low, the tire will be more likely to deform. When braking at full strength, the deformation of the tire will cause the tire shoulders and even sidewalls on both sides to contact the ground, resulting in poor braking effect.

7. High tire pressure cannot ensure normal contact between the tread and the road. In case of emergency braking, the tire will extend the braking distance due to the smaller ground contact area

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