Discussion in 'Wheels And Tires' started by RonB, Jan 12, 2018.
Are you running the TPMS? Did you take it out of the old wheels or buy new?
I bought new ones with the wheels when I changed mine out.
Same for me. It was just easier to me to go with new sensors.
New Schrader units @ $22 ea.
Guess since I'm reusing the front tires I can use those old ones. Found these on ebay kind of leery when OEM mopar ones are more that for one.
You can be the Mopar ones are going to be $50 to $60 a piece at a minimum. You just need to verify the frequency to match your car as I think there are a couple of different ones based on year model.
Bought mine from Ebay to put on my 2013, paid about that for mine. Just make sure you get the right Mhz, mine used the 433 Mhz. Been on car for 2 years now.
Any experience with the cheaper ones. New rear tires at $300+ ea wasn't planning on the extra expense. How do I find the MHZ on mine.
Appreciate the help.
I used the same ones, no issues
These should work, they are 433 MHZ.
I used the same ones, no issues either
New set of TPMS with the new wheels. Tire shop said they couldn't use the old ones.
I put new sensors in my Hurst Stunner wheels. I wanted not have to break down the stock wheels and keep them as spares. Also I put the stock Scat Pack wheels on my GT and ran them all summer and the sensors worked fine on my GT with no problem just bolted them on and drove it and the GT detected the sensors.
I used the old ones on both cars no issues.
2009 through at least 2016 Challenger are 433 MHZ. Phone 248-616-8888, they sell new OEM sensors on ebay at a fraction of the cost. I purchased a set from them in 2016. I installed one in my 2013 Charger and one in my 2012 Ram when one of the original sensors went bad 2 months apart. The replacements were perfect. I just added new Hurst wheels to my 2017 Ram, I re-used the factory sensors (the part inside the rim) by using new valve stems. That's what the tire stores are doing when they say "re-build your sensors". And the replacement valve stems cost $7.50 for a set of four. PM me if you need any additional info.
When my wheels were stolen and I got OEM replacements, they were $95 each from the dealer. I got 4 for about $30 each from Amazon for my second set of wheels. The only issue I have is that they don't always ID the correct wheel. I know I have a slow leak in my rear drivers side tire, but it's a crapshoot if that is the one that displays on the EVIC.
I bought them already installed. Once my Goodyear F1's had 12K miles on them and were regularly chirping going into second I opted to get new tires and wheels at the same time. I ordered through tire rack knowing I'd just change them over in the barn. I figured I'd get them mounted with the sensors in them and balanced ready to go rather than have to pay a shop to put new tires on the new wheels and either get new sensors or swap my old ones over etc...
Just bought the same ones from a different seller. Hopefully they work out.
Guess I will try to keep stock wheels intact just incase needed. Didn't expect a 20" drag radial to be so expensive. Was use to getting them in the low $200 for 17" wheels.
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