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Jeff Boca 06-05-2013 01:42 PM

Tpms 2006 wk
 
First time reaching out on Jeep Garage so go easy. I have a left front tire not sending or receiving the pressure in the tire. I have a warning light that says service the TPMS but would like to avoid the dealer costs if possible. I understand this is a two part system - a sending unit in the value stem and a receiving unit (sensor) in the wheel well? All 3 other tires are registering fine with correct pressure readings. I work on my Jeep and change my own oil/plugs/general service items but never had to deal with this TPMS. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.:)

jeepladylook 07-13-2013 11:15 AM

Re: Tpms 2006 wk
 
hi jeff just been thro same thing with tpms on my jeep the tpms works with a sensor that is wireless which has a button battery enbodyed in it i think you can find more info on tech page on this forum hope this helps.

AZhiCntry 07-13-2013 01:54 PM

Re: Tpms 2006 wk
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeff Boca (Post 835675)
First time reaching out on Jeep Garage so go easy. I have a left front tire not sending or receiving the pressure in the tire. I have a warning light that says service the TPMS but would like to avoid the dealer costs if possible. I understand this is a two part system - a sending unit in the value stem and a receiving unit (sensor) in the wheel well? All 3 other tires are registering fine with correct pressure readings. I work on my Jeep and change my own oil/plugs/general service items but never had to deal with this TPMS. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.:)

If your Jeep tpms gives the location of each tire -moving the tire in question to another location on the veh and a failure to read in that location would indicate it's the sensor that's bad and not the receiver in the prior location.;)

It's recommended that sensors be replaced every 5yrs - their designed life. Newer sensors may last up to ten yrs.

tiresensorwarehouse.com for replacement sensors. Any tire shop should be able to install for dismount&mount fee. If you deal with Discount Tire they might do one tire for free.


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