Re: Tire Pressure Sensor
From what I have learned the WKs use an RF based TPMS sensor. Thus you would have to get the sensor that is the correct RF frequency to work with your system. I would take the safe road and buy the Mopar one. However, if you take it to a tire shop and have them look at the sensor to see if it is a battery powered sensor, you can replace the battery in the sensor (sounds like the battery may have died and the sensor is no longer transmitting it's data) for $10 verses buying a whole new sensor.
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