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    Quote Originally Posted by P3D4T0R View Post
    Tire pressure
    Ill post more here as I think of them
    tire pressure? haha, I'll look into it but that is pretty complicated... there's a reason it's a $600 feature

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenman100 View Post
    tire pressure? haha, I'll look into it but that is pretty complicated... there's a reason it's a $600 feature
    I know but you can always hope
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    tire presure would be insane... my caddy has transmitters in the wheels that transmit there own unique identifier code along with a preasure reading whenever they spin & transmit all throughout the driving time & stay on for a while after you stop, you can see the actual preasure, that would be really cool,I would definatley want to do this in my montana if this is possible, I think all 4 transmitters cost me around $175 though wholesale, & I don't know what would be needed as a reciever or software wise, but this would be a hit for sure, considering the pro rv systems are over $300

    servo's, although you did say that's later, would be awsome too.

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    the hardware side of tpm would be the easier part I think, the software would have to be a lot....

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    as far as accessories, one that comes to mind is a current flow reading device, IE a shunt... you could use 25 amp & 50 amp modules, these could go in line with the desired device that you want to monitor

    just a thought...

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    Different sets of HVAC controllers... for the 3 major types of HVACs I'm always reading about on here... fully electrical, pressurised/mechanical, and the ones in between.

    That is if memory serves me correctly
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbocad6 View Post
    as far as accessories, one that comes to mind is a current flow reading device, IE a shunt... you could use 25 amp & 50 amp modules, these could go in line with the desired device that you want to monitor

    just a thought...
    yup great idea and not bad to implement
    added.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P3D4T0R View Post
    Different sets of HVAC controllers... for the 3 major types of HVACs I'm always reading about on here... fully electrical, pressurised/mechanical, and the ones in between.

    That is if memory serves me correctly
    The trouble there is that every car model is different.

    We can sell things like relays and temperature sensors, but it will be up to the individual person to fit them to his/her car

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenman100 View Post
    The trouble there is that every car model is different.
    Yes, this much I know, Iv read all of the resent posts on it but you could still throw together a kit that could get someone started.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbocad6 View Post
    as far as accessories, one that comes to mind is a current flow reading device, IE a shunt... you could use 25 amp & 50 amp modules, these could go in line with the desired device that you want to monitor

    just a thought...
    I can do this, they'll cost about $12 each to you guys.

    question though

    how much is enough? 25A? 50A? I can go up to 200A but am skeptical of moving that much current through a sensor, hello fire.

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