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Tire Deflator Set for TPMS Valve Stems


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Lisle Manufacturing L19860 Tire Deflator Set for TPMS Valve Stems

 

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Quickly Evacuates Air from Tires Without Removing the Valve Core.

 

• Simply replace a standard sized valve cap with this handy tool and the special design will depress the pin in the valve core.

• Large openings on the sides of the tool allow air to escape quickly from the tire.

• Tools are marked so tires can be returned to their original position on the vehicle so TPMS will not need to be reset.

• Also saves time since the valve core has not been removed from the sensor.

 

You can get this tool at your autoparts store. I got it at CARQUEST. Lisle part # 19869, $12.00

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