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Old 02-26-2011, 01:46 PM
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the mountains in cali are perfect for snowbording right now and I am switching over to my stock 18's. One concern is, I don't want to remove the tps sensors from my reps. Anyone have an extra set of sensors for sale??
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Old 02-26-2011, 02:33 PM
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Re: tire pressure sensors

You can get them from just about any tire shop or order them from the Tire Rack. Warning: the Mopar ones from the dealer aren't cheap; I had one on my winter wheelset (from Tire Rack) crap out on me, and the dealer replacement was $100 plus labor (was headed there anyway).
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Re: tire pressure sensors

your looking at $60.00 a pop plus installation. Here's a link to them.

http://www.justforjeeps.com/20grchtiprse.html

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Re: tire pressure sensors

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Chrys...ht_8363wt_1008

$65.00 for 4, note searching for just Jeep will cost you a lot more money, the same TPMS sensors are same one that go in the 300, Challenger, Dodge Ram. Here is the link for that info.

http://www.wk2jeeps.com/wk2_tpms.htm
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Re: tire pressure sensors

thanks guys!!
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You can get them from just about any tire shop or order them from the Tire Rack. Warning: the Mopar ones from the dealer aren't cheap; I had one on my winter wheelset (from Tire Rack) crap out on me, and the dealer replacement was $100 plus labor (was headed there anyway).
You're right about that. They are not cheap. I've already had to replace one of mine. I had a slow leak in one of the tires. After taking to Firestone, it was the rubber valve stem that had split. Including parts and labor, it would have been nearly $50 to replace. But they offered me the road hazard warranty (since I had bought the tires within the past 30 days) and I decided to spend the extra few bucks for peace of mind.
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They are expensive. To add to the thinner wallet, I decided to continue with the nitrogen fill instead of air...do it and move on huh...
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