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Old 02-14-2014, 10:07 AM   #1
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Those of you that have done the change recently, did you have to get new TPMS sensors or were they able to just transfer over to the new set? If you had to get new did you order before hand, if so who had the best prices? I am planning on pulling the trigger within the next month and just want to make sure and have everything covered. Thanks ahead of time.
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A good shop can transfer them. I would ask upfront.
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Those of you that have done the change recently, did you have to get new TPMS sensors or were they able to just transfer over to the new set? If you had to get new did you order before hand, if so who had the best prices? I am planning on pulling the trigger within the next month and just want to make sure and have everything covered. Thanks ahead of time.
When I changed wheels last year, they reused my TPMS. Mine are the valve stem style and are easily swapped over.
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OK good I was hoping as much but was prepared to order new if I had to.
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I just put a set of wheels on the Wifey's Mustang. Dealer swapped the sensors over with no problems.
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^ Off subject, but mind if i borrow your signature quote? "Better tried by twelve, than carried by six"
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^ Off subject, but mind if i borrow your signature quote? "Better tried by twelve, than carried by six"
@McCarthy, you are more than welcome too use it. That was one of the first things that was drilled into as a Rookie.
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