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Old 10-09-2012, 20:55   #1 (permalink)
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Tire pressure sensors

I am contemplating buying a set of tire pressure sensor transmitters from an eBay listing. These were pulled from a 2011 Fusion with 12,000 miles. I just purchased the same year Fusion that has after market wheels and not sure if they were reinstalled with the new wheels. Is there a way of determining if they are in my wheels? If i purchase these will they connect to my system without any programming problems. Do you have any information that I should know on this subject before making any purchase?
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2011 Ford Fusion Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Sensors SET of 4 | eBay
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I thought that if the sensor is no longer sensed, it'll set off the TPS indicator as well.
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On my vehicle (non-Ford) when my tire sensor went bad, the low tire light did not come on, the TPMS light came on which means system non-operational.
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If you have missing or damaged TPM sensors the Low Tire light will flash on startup. Most all car manufacturers have gone to TPM sensors with replaceable rubber stems like the ones you found on ebay, but the threaded part of the stem for the cap has a thick shoulder.
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