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07-03-2013 01:41 PM
LMT Rubi ordered mine today and I hope my low air pressure light goes away. I initially had my sensors removed from my 2013 oem tires and put on my aftermarket tires with the help of the AEV procal but the low air light never went away. I suspect one of the sensors got damaged and 4WP never even noticed it so now I shall wait for my new sensors and see if the light goes away....
07-03-2013 01:39 PM
scottmphoto Ordered today!
07-03-2013 01:23 PM
dpostman Ordered today! No rims yet, but sometime before winter sets in...

dp
07-03-2013 12:55 PM
TrueBlueJK
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Originally Posted by OffRoadWarrior View Post
I wonder if they could be bootleg OEM sensors? At $11 each I wonder what the seller is getting them at wholesale? It dosen't feel right that sensors which usually retail at $45 each are selling for $11. ...unless they wholesale for $5 and this seller is monopolizing on greedy retailers.
Or they fell off the back of a truck, whatever they are they work great
07-03-2013 12:06 PM
OffRoadWarrior
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Originally Posted by TrueBlueJK View Post
They are OEM Chrysler sensors
I wonder if they could be bootleg OEM sensors? At $11 each I wonder what the seller is getting them at wholesale? It dosen't feel right that sensors which usually retail at $45 each are selling for $11. ...unless they wholesale for $5 and this seller is monopolizing on greedy retailers.
07-03-2013 07:13 AM
TrueBlueJK
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Originally Posted by J33P4M3 View Post
I purchased this listing on ebay and installed them in 5 new wheels/tires last weekend. They worked perfectly. My EVIC displayed the tire pressure as soon as I turned the key on. I called the dealer just to compare their price and they wanted $130 a piece!
$130 a piece? Wow!
07-03-2013 06:31 AM
J33P4M3 I purchased this listing on ebay and installed them in 5 new wheels/tires last weekend. They worked perfectly. My EVIC displayed the tire pressure as soon as I turned the key on. I called the dealer just to compare their price and they wanted $130 a piece!
07-03-2013 05:58 AM
TrueBlueJK I just installed these last week and they work great!
07-03-2013 04:12 AM
getahemi The sensors are on the inside lip of your wheels connected to the valve stem. You can have any tire shop remove the sensors from the factory wheels and install them on your new wheels. That's what I did.
07-03-2013 03:03 AM
Crazykid08 Where are these tire pressure sensors located, in January I purchased a 2013 Moab Wrangler unlimited, first jeep, and immediately gave it a two inch. Lift and put new wheels and tires on, luckily I keep factory wheels and tires; however seldom drive it, but often wondered what I needed to do to make the sensors work again.
07-03-2013 02:23 AM
it_felt_so_good Just bought these from the same eBay seller & worked for me with no problems on my 2013.
06-11-2013 02:29 PM
motoringmike
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Originally Posted by MI JeepSkate View Post
im a service tech for discount tire. youll still need to have them re-programed to your jeeps computer, and any schrader ez sensor will work and any vehicle that is ez sensor approved (most all american manufactured vehicles after 2008 are capable of installing an ez sensor) head to discount tire and have them re program your system. although if you dont want to take the risk, head to one of our stores and get a quote on some brand new ones (we will usually throw a deal your way if you get a set of wheels and tires or even just tires)
This is BS (at least on a 2013). I installed them without re-programming anything after the sensors were installed. Here are the reset steps:

1) Install the wheels on your jeep
2) Drive a couple of miles
06-11-2013 02:24 PM
motoringmike I finally installed these sensors today. I am happy to report that they work fine. They are the real deal. It took about a mile or two of driving to reset them.
06-05-2013 10:43 PM
Cole Trickle I received and installed mine...

Work perfect no programming needed.
05-25-2013 10:25 AM
TrueBlueJK Got mine in today, looks legit to me.



05-24-2013 10:04 AM
MI JeepSkate im a service tech for discount tire. youll still need to have them re-programed to your jeeps computer, and any schrader ez sensor will work and any vehicle that is ez sensor approved (most all american manufactured vehicles after 2008 are capable of installing an ez sensor) head to discount tire and have them re program your system. although if you dont want to take the risk, head to one of our stores and get a quote on some brand new ones (we will usually throw a deal your way if you get a set of wheels and tires or even just tires)
05-24-2013 05:57 AM
kjeeper10
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Originally Posted by jwilson2598 View Post

The big change in 2013 is that if you order the connectivity group, you now get the TPMS readout on the dash, so you can actually see the pressure in each tire instead of just a warning light when one is low. It's much more useful than the old system. Also, based on it catching a problem in my wife's car that happened the day after I checked all her tires, I'm good with having TPMS working and not turned off like everyone seems so fond of.
Ok thanks.

People disable it because they go with bigger tires and air down off road.
05-24-2013 05:38 AM
jwilson2598
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Originally Posted by kjeeper10 View Post
What's the change ?

You all can't use the Procal to bypass Tpms ?
The big change in 2013 is that if you order the connectivity group, you now get the TPMS readout on the dash, so you can actually see the pressure in each tire instead of just a warning light when one is low. It's much more useful than the old system. Also, based on it catching a problem in my wife's car that happened the day after I checked all her tires, I'm good with having TPMS working and not turned off like everyone seems so fond of.
05-24-2013 04:26 AM
kjeeper10 What's the change ?

You all can't use the Procal to bypass Tpms ?
05-23-2013 09:43 PM
laollis WOW! I had no idea about these. Guess I'll sell them. Mine are off a 2013 Jeep Wrangler. I changed wheels and had to have new TPMS put in, so I have the other ones and the stock wheels. 5 of them.
05-23-2013 05:57 PM
PecosRiver
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Originally Posted by TrueBlueJK View Post
That price is for one sensor only.
I know, but I've never needed 5 at a time. Nice to have options.
05-23-2013 06:04 AM
bartlanz
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Originally Posted by Fscottkennedy View Post
Anybody know if he has the correct ones for a 2012 or the correct part number for a 2012?
These will only work with the 2013 not the 2012
05-23-2013 05:36 AM
Fscottkennedy Anybody know if he has the correct ones for a 2012 or the correct part number for a 2012?
05-23-2013 05:11 AM
motoringmike I also ordered a set of these when I saw this thread the other day. Mine should be here today or tomorrow. It's a killer deal, I will post my results soon.
05-22-2013 10:05 PM
mfresh2k2
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Originally Posted by TrueBlueJK View Post
They are OEM Chrysler sensors
Yep, that's what's stated in the eBay listing
05-22-2013 09:40 PM
TrueBlueJK
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Originally Posted by mfresh2k2 View Post
Yeah, guys please post the results, very curious how they compare to the sensors we stock. Hope for success regardless! Carry on.
They are OEM Chrysler sensors
05-22-2013 08:18 PM
NFRs2000NYC Meh, I think it's a useless feature (especially on a Jeep), just something to go wrong. I got rid of mine as soon as I changed wheels/tires.
05-22-2013 07:11 PM
TrueBlueJK
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Originally Posted by bartlanz View Post
I recd my shipping notice from eBay... Guess its legit!
Mine shipped too, should be here Friday.
05-22-2013 07:10 PM
bartlanz
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Originally Posted by TrueBlueJK View Post

That price is for one sensor only.
The eBay listing for 5@$55 is a stupid good deal from what I know... Can't wait to see what actually comes in... Nothing like playing Jeep accessory Russian roulette...
05-22-2013 07:09 PM
TrueBlueJK
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Originally Posted by PecosRiver View Post
That price is for one sensor only.
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