OBD Link MX+ for 4Runner TPMS

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Not something you would conventionality think of as overlanding gear. However, now that I can monitor the tire pressures on my phone, I think the process of deflating and inflating will be quicker. I also didn’t like driving around with the low tire pressure light on the dash on when overlanding and not knowing if one of those low tires might be going flat. Now, the light won’t bother me since I can keep track of the actual tire pressures. There can be a delay of a few seconds before the display on the phone updates, but I still think I’ll like it.

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Tundracamper

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Just figured out that I can run the OBDLink app and GaiaGPS simultaneously - to see both the trip and tire pressures on the iPad. I had originally planned to use a spare iPhone as the TPMS screen. However, I think one less device will work well. It can monitor tire temps as well, which will be nice when running at a lower pressure.

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