Yes and maybe. When I've gotten tries, they invariably try to charge me the "TPMS" fee. I explain to them my car does not have TPMS and some believe me right off and others have a look at the valve stems and see the rubber valve stem and then believe. At least at Costco, I've seen the computer output and it shows a 2006 530xi has TPMS. I do know that later in the production year they switched from FTM to TPMS. Now, the OP could have new wheels that, at one time, had TPMS stems. Or, someone could have screwed up not knowing, or someone could have made a few dollars on an unsuspecting person. I picked up some used wheels to put snow tires on the car and they all had TPMS valve stems, but it doesn't interfere with the FTM system, so I just left them in place.If he had the tire pressure sensors replaced and doesn’t have TPMS then there is a big problem.