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    ACDelco GM Original Equipment TPMS Sensor

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    • Product Details

      Part No. O8211285169ACD

      Warranty Details (1 YR REPLACEMENT IF DEFECTIVE)

      ACDelco TPMS kits contain all of the components necessary to service TPMS in one convenient package. Either just the rubber snap in valve or a package including the hex net, aluminum stem, grommet and cap

      Product Features:

      • TPMS components include: sensor body, snap in rubber valve or aluminum valve stem, plastic cap, electroless nickel plated valve core
      • Corrosive resistant stem
      • Sensor battery: Premium, 3 volt Lithium battery with 10 year life (early generation designs had 5-7 year life)
      • Almost 20 SKU's covering 100% GM vehicles equipped with TPMS systems dating back to 1996 GM Reprogramming Tool - Don't forget to order your GM Programming Tools EL50448 or J46079A from the website: TECHNICAL BULLETIN - TPMS Sensors Need To Be Activated Before Installation: All TPMS sensors are provided in a sleep mode, which saves battery life when stored on a shelf before installing on the vehicle. This sleep mode can only be turned off, and the sensor activated, by one of two procedures:
      • Install the sensor in the tire and inflate to a minimum of 22 psi for 4 minutes. This would be the normal time from having the tire inflated at the tire machine and putting it on the vehicle.
      • Put the sensor in a pressure chamber and use the same pressure and time as above to wake up the sensor. When either of these two processes is completed, the sensor will register on the TPMS tool or with the vehicle. Avoid the use of metal (valve stem) caps; Huf recommends using plastic caps only. A plastic valve stem cap is included inside the box. -

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