TPMS Replacement Sensor
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Schrader TPMS Replacement Sensor

Part No. 20158 Warranty Details  

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  • Q:

    I had one of these put on my 2008 pontiac grand prix. I still have the service tire pressure monitoring system indicator light on, and it still wont show the tire pressure for that tire. How to I reset the light, do you have to drive the vehicle for it to reset?
    Asked on 10/19/2016 by Brian from Elmira ny

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      A:

      Hi Brian, glad to assist you! Instructions for resetting Tire Pressure Sensor: Determine the type of TPMS system. If your car uses a direct system, resetting the tire pressure sensors may be as simple as pushing a reset button on the dash or following a menu as indicated in your owner's manual. If your car uses an indirect system, the system must be reset using a magnet or scanning tool by either a dealer or one you have bought yourself. Some systems have a reset button inside the glove box that needs to be pressed and held down for three seconds with the ignition on. Inflate the tires. Make sure all tires are properly inflated. Remember you are setting the sensors back to "zero" so all tires must be properly inflated otherwise the sensors will not be calibrated properly and their readings will be incorrect. Check the battery. If your car uses a battery to power the sensor, be sure that it is not dead. It is a good idea to replace the battery every five years. Sometimes this requires replacing the entire sensor unit since the battery is built-in. Recalibrate the transponders. Each wheel has its own transponder. Rotating the wheels changes the location of each responder and the TPMS must learn their new locations. This relearning procedure differs from vehicle to vehicle but may be found in the TPMS chart in your manual or online. It is a good idea to change valve stems when getting new tires if the valve stems are also the tire pressure sensors. Use the magnet method. With the key on but the engine off, press both the lock and unlock buttons on the key fob. After an initial chirp, place a magnet over each of the valve stems until the horn chips for each one in this order: left front, right front, right rear and left rear. Verify that the pressure readings are displayed on the driver information center. Use the scan tool method. If no sensors are being replaced, you can follow the menu prompts for TPMS Reprogramming Procedure listed in the owner's manual.

      Answered on 10/20/2016 by Steve from AAP
  • Q:

    If there is just one sensor that goes bad or only works part of the time , can you just replace that one or do you have to do all four??
    Asked on 2/12/2013 by beth from Paoli, IN

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      A:

      With reference to your inquiry on the Air Aware TPMS Replacement Sensor - Part No. 20158 you can replace just one defective sensor instead of four. When you will replace one or more tires, you should also replace or reinstall the TPMS of each. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

      Answered on 2/12/2013 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
  • Q:

    I have a set of American Racing 17X.5 5-4.75 Palmetto Chrome Rims. Will this tire pressure sensor fit and work with them?
    Asked on 3/14/2010 by Ronnie "T" from Manassas, Va.

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    • A:

      Hi there Ronnie,

      It's quite possible that these will fit. If possible remove old sensor and match up. If old rims do not have TPMS sensors your best bet would be to use stem mounted sensors. Just screw on and your good to go. If they turn red tire pressure is low. Another concern would be joining dissimilar metals. Most TPMS sensors are installed in aluminum rims. They also have rubber stem sensors. Does your vehicle have a TPMS system, ie factory installed in vehicle? Before you drop 400 bucks or so on sensors, make sure things match up and fit specs or your going to have TROUBLE my friend. Good luck, drop a note here and let me know how you made out...... Tech From Rhode Island

      Answered on 3/26/2010 by Car Tech from RI
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