I bought the Mopar black 17" winter/ offroad rims from a dealer at $83 each. While the tech was transferring the tpms he saw that Chrysler changed their TPMS system to a different one. Which ment that I would had to spend an additional $75 per rim to get the new sensors. I was told that some rims still fit the old sensors from Mopar, but of course, not the rim I want,,,AAARRGHHHHH
Long story short the dealer told me my last option was to ride with the tpms light on, to avoid the costly sensor price. Only flashes for the first 60 seconds after start up , then stays on. Once in a blue moon I get a message from the cluster indicating low tire. No beeps or flashes while driving.
When driving I look at the yellow light as a dollar $$$$ sign for saving $ 200 plus dollars. Time to time I check my presures with my digital pressure gauge, calll me old fashion...lol Just for the new members on here, the spare tire comes with a sensor as well.
After having the tpms in the winter , the light was always on anyways. Froze my A$$ last winter , dealing with sucha sensitive system.
MY 2 cents