How to use the Continental Tire Pressure Gauge to measure tire pressure

Continental Tire’s Pressure Gauges are pretty straightforward.

They’re mounted on the side of your tire, which you can see by looking at the side you’re sitting on.

The gauge has a bar that sits above your tread surface.

When your tire is at the top of the bar, the bar’s resistance is high.

When it’s at the bottom of the gauge, the resistance is low.

The bar rises to the top, and the gauge goes down, keeping the tire pressure constant.

It’s simple, easy to read, and it’s an incredibly useful tool for measuring tire pressure.

You can get the pressure gauge for just $29.95 on Continental Tire.

Here’s how you use the pressure meter.


Place your tire on the bar and pull the bar back down.

If you have a bar of any length, the tire should start to lower.

If the bar is thinner than your tread, it’s probably too heavy for your tread.


Hold the bar steady at the bar.

The tire will keep going lower and lower until it reaches the bottom.

If your tire starts to get too heavy, pull the tire back down and repeat the process until it gets down to the bottom, which is when you’ll have the most accurate tire pressure measurement.


Now take a small piece of paper, about the size of a credit card, and draw lines along the circumference of the tire.

The lines will show where the bar goes in relation to your tread area.

If it’s thicker than the tread, you’ll want to loosen the bar to keep it from slipping off.


Place the pressure-sensitive tire onto the bar you’ve drawn.

If there’s a large bar, pull it back down to get a more accurate measurement.


With the pressure in the meter, measure the pressure of the inside of your foot with the meter.

If yours is slightly lighter than your actual foot weight, that’s the right amount of pressure to push it up.

If a lighter tire has more pressure in its tire, it should be pushed higher and higher.

It may not feel as precise as the real thing, but it’s a more precise measurement than using the bar as a guide.

If any of these points are incorrect, the pressure is likely to be wrong.

To verify your tire pressure, check your tread for wear and tear with the Continental tire pressure gauge.

3 of 3 Continental Tire pressure gauges are: 1.

Pressure-sensitive Tire: This is the standard pressure gauge that has a sensor at the base of the pressure bar.

When the tire is close to the bar itself, the sensor will tell you how much pressure is being pulled by your foot.

This gauge will not read a specific amount of the total pressure, but will measure how much your foot is pushing through your tread on a regular basis.

2: Continental Tire tire pressure sensor: The Continental tire Pressure Sensor is an automatic tire pressure meter with an auto-adjusting function.

It works in conjunction with the Pressure Gauce.

You should set the Pressure Sensor to a certain pressure when you’re on a flat road and the Pressure gauge to a specific pressure when it’s not.

3: Continental tire tire pressure probe: This gauge measures the pressure inside your tire as it’s being worn out.

It can also show you how long your tire has been wearing.

It measures how far it has to fall before you can feel the tire coming off.

This one can also tell you when the tire’s worn out from the pressure it’s experiencing.

4: Continental tires pressure gauge: This pressure gauge has the same sensor as the Pressure sensor, but instead of measuring pressure directly from the tire, you can read the pressure from the tread.

This gives you more accurate tire pressures.

5: Continental Pressure Gauging: This one measures the difference in pressure between the pressure on your tread and the pressure that your tire will have when you put the tire on.

It also measures how long the pressure will last.

6: Continental pressure gauge with pressure-selectable tire: This tool can be used on both the pressure sensor and the tire sensor.

When you’re setting up your tire for wear, the gauge will read how much wear your tire would normally receive, while the pressure the tire has is set.

The pressure is then adjusted for the pressure you need to apply to the tire to maintain that amount of wear.

7: Continental Precision Tire Pressure Meter: The Precision Tire pressure meter is a simple tire pressure monitor that uses a sensor on the top and bottom of your tread to determine the tire size.

You’ll need to turn the gauge on once you’ve got the correct tire size to use this tool to set the pressure.

8: Continental speedometer with pressure gauge and pressure sensor on top: When you need more accurate information, you might want to use a Speedometer with a pressure gauge, pressure sensor, and a pressure meter attached to it.

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