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NHWK05 06-28-2010 08:36 PM

TPMS part numbers.
I need new TPMS sensors before i get my tires in the next few months. I have the old ones. One is very new and re usable the other 4 are original. I assume i can just get the same part number as the new one to replace the others that are bad. BUT i was wondering, is there any way to upgrade from the base tpms system to the system that tells you which tire is low? Does that require a different sensor or a change in the computer or both?

Is it worth the convenience of knowing which tire is low when the light turns on?

j33p 06-29-2010 08:28 AM

Re: TPMS part numbers.
I looked into upgrading to the newer TPMS system. but apparently it's not possible without major work. which sucks ass.

IIRC on it mentions a blurb about upgrading.

robpp 06-29-2010 09:14 AM

Re: TPMS part numbers.
yeah kyle the tpms are the same for both systems. its all in the evic and the dash.

08Hemi 09-01-2010 02:34 PM

Re: TPMS part numbers.
so I am getting ready to buy a set of aftermarket wheels off an 09 SRT8...they already have the TPMS in them. Will the 09 sensors be compatible with my 2008 WK? I know I know I do not have the part #'s of the ones on the SRT8 so it may be a loaded question. Any help is GREATLY appreciated!


It appears these will fit??? This is off - since the SRT8 is not designated and it says 08-10 seems like they will work no prob?

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Milous 09-01-2010 04:18 PM

Re: TPMS part numbers.

Originally Posted by 08Hemi (Post 261762)
Will the 09 sensors be compatible with my 2008 WK?

Yes, absolutely.

08Hemi 09-01-2010 05:14 PM

Re: TPMS part numbers.
^^ as tha MAN!!! +rep

Relwarc 09-01-2010 05:23 PM

Re: TPMS part numbers.
My 07 grand cherokee is running with 09 wrangler sahara TPMs, no problem. Took 4 days and my jeep....."accepted" the new ones

08Hemi 09-01-2010 08:21 PM

Re: TPMS part numbers.
So one more the sensors automatically talk to the car, or do I need to reset the negative battery terminal or some other method?

So yours just all of the sudden worked and displayed after 4 days? And how do u change the frequencies?

ahamay115 09-02-2010 01:08 AM

Re: TPMS part numbers.
I have the same setup as Relwarc, 09 wrangler sahara TPMS and mine synced up no problem on their own. Had to drive down the road about a mile or so but then everything was good to go and they update as they should, displaying the pressure and everything. I didn't have to do anything special except put the wheels on!

Just a little side note... I have an 06 and it seems that it takes a little longer to sync up to the newer sensors, because when I swap back to my winter setup with the original 06 sensors it syncs up right away. Since you have an 08, I would expect everything to work without any troubles right away!!

Scottina06 09-02-2010 03:15 AM

Re: TPMS part numbers.
my original SRT wheels were from a 2007 and they worked perfect on my 2006. Didnt even have an learn time or anything

jugganator 09-02-2010 06:40 AM

Re: TPMS part numbers.
seeing as Jeep put metal on metal causing most peopls TPMS valve to corrode, would Jeep then replace them free of charge?

I need to book my jeep for a service soon, and wondered if i had any hope of achieving this

08Hemi 09-02-2010 09:23 AM

Re: TPMS part numbers.
Has anyone else had this problem of corrosion? Mine seem to be ok...but I don't get any salt on the roads here

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