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Old 06-23-2013, 08:06 AM   #1
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2013 TPMS Question

Does anyone know if they changed the tpms sensors in 2013? Just traded in my 2011 on a 2013, got them to swap my old tire/wheel set with the new jeep. I have the 2011 sensors in my wheels but the new jeep doesn't recognize them. Any ideas?

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If you want info on TPMS look up Schrader International TPMS. They make just about all TPMS in vehicles today. When I bounced my tire off a rock and broke my valve stem the dealership wanted over $100 to fix it. I told them to get bent and did my own research. Tire was fixed elsewhere for $12 ($2 for service pack and $10 to get it put in tire and balanced) and the purchase of a ProCal (to get rid of the idiot alarm when I air down). Below is listed the part numbers from Schrader International with the service pack being just the valve stem. The dealership said that they had to replace the whole sensor just because of a broken valve stem. Ignorance is bliss and it's also costly.

2013 Wrangler Part #
Sensor .................................................. 20398
Service Pack ..........................................20018

2012 Wrangler Part #
EZ-sensor - 315 MHz ............................33000
EZ-sensor Service Pack; Almnm. Valve......34000
EZ-sensor Service Pack; Rubber Valve .....20008
Sensor ...............................................200 66 or 28308
Service Pack .......................................20018
http://www.schraderinternational.com..._11-13-12.ashx
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quote above from another member on the forum if you search tpms sensor there are some really smart people in there.
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If you want info on TPMS look up Schrader International TPMS. They make just about all TPMS in vehicles today. When I bounced my tire off a rock and broke my valve stem the dealership wanted over $100 to fix it. I told them to get bent and did my own research. Tire was fixed elsewhere for $12 ($2 for service pack and $10 to get it put in tire and balanced) and the purchase of a ProCal (to get rid of the idiot alarm when I air down). Below is listed the part numbers from Schrader International with the service pack being just the valve stem. The dealership said that they had to replace the whole sensor just because of a broken valve stem. Ignorance is bliss and it's also costly.

2013 Wrangler Part #
Sensor .................................................. 20398
Service Pack ..........................................20018

2012 Wrangler Part #
EZ-sensor - 315 MHz ............................33000
EZ-sensor Service Pack; Almnm. Valve......34000
EZ-sensor Service Pack; Rubber Valve .....20008
Sensor ...............................................200 66 or 28308
Service Pack .......................................20018
http://www.schraderinternational.com..._11-13-12.ashx
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Old 06-23-2013, 05:59 PM   #6
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Thanks for the info. Sucks that Jeep has changed the frequency.
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Old 06-23-2013, 11:55 PM   #7
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ive been working for discount tire for over a year and you will NOT be able to re set those your self. go back to the dealer and ask them to re learn them to your vehicle, its really easy and if they charge you just say piss off and come see if my company will help you out (more than likely we will, mainly because we want your future business) good luck

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