Q: What happens if I blow a tire? Will the good tire go flat? A: No, the Crossfire will shut off at 5 to 6 pounds under the rated PSI. Q: What is the difference between the Crossfire and your competitors? A: The Crossfire shows over-inflation, as well as under-inflation. Q: Why is it that when I drive for a while, the Crossfire reads red, but I started it was yellow? A: When you drive, the friction heats up the tires and causes the air to expand. When it cools, it will read yellow. Q: If the Crossfire reads black, which one of the tires is low? A: If you put an air gauge on the Crossfire when it is black, it will read the outside tire. Q: Does the Crossfire add air to the tires? A: No, the Crossfire only equalizes the air that is already in the tire. Q: Does the Crossfire throw off the tire balance? A: No, the Crossfire is mounted to the axle, not the tire. Q: I have an RV with simulators. Can I mount the Crossfire to them? A: No, we currently do not have a method to mount to simulators. Q: Can I use tire balance powder with the Crossfire? A: Yes, if you use the Valve Stem filters. Q: Can I turn the display on the Crossfire to line it up with the hoses? A: No, this will cause leaks and it will change the calibration of the Crossfire. Q: Can I run less air in the Crossfire than what it says on the display? A: No, the Crossfire will shut off and will not equalize the tires. Q: Can I run more air in the Crossfire than what it says on the display? A: Yes, you will have to verify the PSI with a tire gauge, but it will not harm the Crossfire.