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TPMS #56029398AB vs TPMS #68241067AB

TPMS # 68241067AB is a new part number for my 2015 JGC and replaces part #56029398AB.

Are these two sensors interchangeable/compatible with each other?

I have read some members having problems where others say the old part number works just fine.

I have 20 inch wheels I want to put snow tires on and need sensors.

Anyone have 2015 GC 20 inch wheels they have broken down and checked the part number on these sensors?

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TPMS #56029398AB vs TPMS #68241067AB

I have 3 tire sets total (don't ask) 2 x 2014 and 1 x 2015. one of the 2014's does not work on my 2015. can post next week which PN# the not working is, pulling one tire to find out.

I know the working 2014 tpms that my 2015 sees fine is 56029398AB for sure.

Not sure if the Jeep can keep track of more than 2 sets of tires, maybe thats's my problem with set #3
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Re: TPMS #56029398AB vs TPMS #68241067AB

56029398AB works for sure.
My non working set had dodge dart TPMS in it, noooo idea why they ended up in there. bought that set used.
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Re: TPMS #56029398AB vs TPMS #68241067AB

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TPMS # 68241067AB is a new part number for my 2015 JGC and replaces part #56029398AB.

Are these two sensors interchangeable/compatible with each other?
100% interchangeable and compatible. They can even be mixed on the same vehicle.

Old - 56029398AB (black) is a Schrader WAL I

New - 68241067AB (gray) is a Schrader WAL II

(WAL = "Wireless auto-locate")
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Re: TPMS #56029398AB vs TPMS #68241067AB

Went ahead and purchased the OEM #68241067AB for my 2015 Grand Cherokee Overland. They were expensive, $80.00 a piece at the dealer but had a 2 year warranty. Had these installed in extra set of spare wheels with snow tires. As soon as the new wheels were installed I simply started the vehicle and the sensors were immediately recognized, didn't even have to drive any miles. I know this because of the difference in tire pressure from one set of rims to the other.
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