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Old 08-06-2014, 10:44 AM
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I have notice when pricing tires most have included new TPSM also in the quote..
Do these have to be replaced when mounting new tires??

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they usually good for 5 years then battery goes bad
I don't buy unless they keep coming on
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I have notice when pricing tires most have included new TPSM also in the quote..
Do these have to be replaced when mounting new tires??

TY
Actually they are rated to last 10 years or more. They are expensive and they are not universal for all cars.

I have never see the TPMs included in tire prices. Unless you get new wheels too they should be fine. If you do need to change the wheels, then you can just move the TPMs to the new wheels.

You'll need to do a reset on the TMP after the tire change.
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after what model year did the TPMs get installed, my 2004 doesn't have them but I will still get a warning if a tire goes flat. Must be monitored by wheel rotation.
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I have had 10 new tires and 8 rim replacements in 5 years... currently have 9th rim being replaced tomorrow. On all those still have original tpms

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after what model year did the TPMs get installed, my 2004 doesn't have them but I will still get a warning if a tire goes flat. Must be monitored by wheel rotation.
Your car is based off of tire rotation & diameter based on air pressure. If you have a slow leak or a cracked wheel, it will go off based on the leak. I think the newer system came out on the 2007 or 2008 models.
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