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The frequency for a 2010 JK is 315 MHz. The stock OEM valve stems for 2010 are black rubber. I believe the confusion comes in because export vehicles are 433.
 

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Thanks, I bought some 2013 take-off wheels shortly after buying this in 2013. The previous owner took the TPMS out prior to selling them. One of those things I've meant to replace for a while and have been putting it off.
 

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I could have sworn that I read at some point that 2010 and 2011, or possibly 2009 and 2010 used an odd sensor that was different than those used before and after. But everything I'm finding for sale on line is showing both 315 and 433 for a 2010.

Will any 315 work? The ones I'm finding specifically for a Wrangler are close to $40 each. I found some listed at 315 MHz for Chevy trucks at about $25 each.
 

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I could have sworn that I read at some point that 2010 and 2011, or possibly 2009 and 2010 used an odd sensor that was different than those used before and after. But everything I'm finding for sale on line is showing both 315 and 433 for a 2010. Will any 315 work? The ones I'm finding specifically for a Wrangler are close to $40 each. I found some listed at 315 MHz for Chevy trucks at about $25 each.
New, yes, that's how much they are. I found some one ebay that I got 5 sensors for $60, you just have to look around, some find them even cheaper on Amazon it just depends. As for fitting, yes you need one that specifically fits the wrangler. I believe Chrysler and dodge also use the same sensor, but before you buy, make sure it specifically says it fits and is compatible with the wrangler
 

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I could have sworn that I read at some point that 2010 and 2011, or possibly 2009 and 2010 used an odd sensor that was different than those used before and after. But everything I'm finding for sale on line is showing both 315 and 433 for a 2010.

Will any 315 work? The ones I'm finding specifically for a Wrangler are close to $40 each. I found some listed at 315 MHz for Chevy trucks at about $25 each.
The 2009 I'm pretty sure they went to 433 for that one year then back to 315 for 2010 and 2011. Your 2010 is 315. You can get them for a Wrangler JK on ebay.
 

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The 2009 I'm pretty sure they went to 433 for that one year then back to 315 for 2010 and 2011. Your 2010 is 315. You can get them for a Wrangler JK on ebay.
Nope, since 2008, the first year TPMS sensors were introduced, up until 2012, 315mhz sensors were used
Edit: on US jeeps only, this is not true for exported wranglers
 

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Nope, since 2008, the first year TPMS sensors were introduced, up until 2012, 315mhz sensors were used
Edit: on US jeeps only, this is not true for exported wranglers
I thought I saw the same thing for 09 that the OP saw but I could definately be wrong. I'll go with what you indicated.
 
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