TPMS Service Kit - Replacement Aluminum Clamp-In Valve Stem with Mounting Screw
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Dorman - OE Solutions TPMS Service Kit - Replacement Aluminum Clamp-In Valve Stem with Mounting Screw

Part No. 609-149.1 Warranty Details  

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Keep all the components necessary for servicing Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) readily available with our Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Valve Kits. Everything included for the repair.

Product Features:
  • Valve stem, seal washer, and/or mounting screw provided (where applicable)
  • Valve core is nickel plated for corrosion resistance
  • Individually bagged for single tire servicing
  • Also available as part of our Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Tech Tray
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Kit Contents:TPMS Service Kit - Replacement Aluminum Clamp-In V
Material:Anodized Aluminum
Package Quantity:1

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    does the tire have to be removed from the rim ?
    Asked on 11/28/2012 by joe from marion,ohio

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      For replacing this Dorman - OE Solutions TPMS Service Kit - Replacement Aluminum Clamp-In Valve Stem with Mounting Screw - part# 609-149.1, remove the valve core from the TPMS sensor using the valve core remover. Allow the tire to deflate. Remove the TPMS sensor grommet using the ratchet and a socket. In some cases, there may be a washer under the grommet. Poke the valve of the TPMS sensor into the rim of the tire. The sensor will automatically drop down to the bottom of the tire as you break the bead down normally at the tire machine. Break the bead of the tire on both sides of the rim as you would with a normal tire using the tire machine. Place the tire on the turntable of the tire machine and lock the rim to the adjustable claws. Lift the top bead of the tire off of the rim. Reach inside the tire and extract the TPMS sensor. If you're replacing the tire, you can remove the bottom bead from the rim, otherwise, place the top bead of the tire back onto the rim. Press down on the sidewall of the tire in front of the valve stem hole in the rim and manipulate the sensor valve stem down and then up into the hole. While holding it there with one hand, add the washer (if applicable) and the grommet and thread on hand tight. Look up the specific type of car in the TPMS manual and it will give you the recommended inch pounds to tighten the grommet of the TPMS sensor. Adjust the torque wrench to the recommended inch pound setting and tighten the grommet to specification. Inflate the tire as usual to the recommended pounds per square inch. For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at 1-877-238-2623 or visit your nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our representatives would be more than happy to assist you.

      Answered on 11/29/2012 by Vincent from AAP
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