Pressure switches control pressurized fluids in the compressor of your truck. At 4 Wheel Parts, we have the largest selection of pressure switches in the country. The pressure switch turns the power of an air compressor on and off. Compressors serve parts of the car like the Air-Conditioning system, keeping fluid and air pressure level and cool. Having a set pressure switch like a 12v pressure switch, allows your truck to automatically use power to keep pressure from getting too high or too low in the compressor. The pressure switch is a must-have for truck owners who want to keep their trucks running for many years to come.
Pressure Switch Types
There are a variety of pressure switches to choose from at 4 Wheel Parts. We have a broad selection 12 volt air compressor pressure switch products. For example, we have a VIAIR VIAIR Sealed Pressure Switch – 90223 that comes with 12 GA lead wires, 90 psi on and 120 psi off. These switches function by automatically cycling compressors to keep pressure levels in a safe range for your vehicle. Whatever type of switch you are looking for, 4 Wheel Parts has you covered.
If you are experienced in truck maintenance, then there is an easy installation process for 12v air pressure switch, for example. Depending on your truck and model of pressure switch, you will need to set your pressure levels. If you are unsure of how to do this, hiring a professional to install this part is always recommended. For those installing on their own, look for the larger screw and use that to determine the cut-in pressure. The cut-out pressure will change with the level of the cut-in pressure. The most important part of the installation is setting these levels to make sure your pressure switch is controlling the levels of pressure in the compressor properly.
4 Wheel Parts has a vast variety of pressure switches at competitive prices. Get your truck the top-quality pressure switch it needs at 4WheelParts.com today.Helpful Suspension System Articles
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