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Old May 14, 2018, 06:42 AM
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What is the best TPMS solution nowadays?

When I bought my 2010 Evo it came without TPMS sensors. I'm looking to add those back. I'll only have one set of wheels. What is the best way to go? OEM, part # 4250B668 or is there a newer one? Or the VDO SE10001HP REDI-Sensor that is sold on Amazon? Or something else entirely? Thanks for the help.
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Discount tire has sensors in stock that work just fine. When I worked there we installed them for free with purchase. Since you don't currently have sensors, make sure they rebalance the assembly after installing the sensor.
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Good to know. Thanks.
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You can also use ETACS to turn off your tpms sensors. That's what I did
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