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Q: I need to replace all tpms sensors with genuine sensors

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My car has 60000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Tire-Pressure monitoring sensors (TPMS) do exactly what it sounds like they do. They keep track of the actual tire pressure of the vehicle on an ongoing basis, with an eye towards providing you vital information that can help keep you safe. When you know in advance that you have a tire that’s going flat, it can remind you to go a little slower until you can get to a service station to find out what’s wrong. If you’re having tires installed, the best thing to do is ask the tire center location you’re working with install OEM TPMS sensors. If they don’t carry them, purchase from the dealership or online, then take them to the tire service location for installation.

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