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#4: 01-16-2013, 09:12 PM
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Yeah it's pretty much live with the light, or pay about what a new tire costs.

$100+ for a new TPMS sensor and $50+ for a dealer to program it.

The problem trying aftermarket sensors is you'll probably need the dealer to program it anyway. TPMS is great until it breaks.