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One Trailer Tire TPMS is INOP - SOLVED

road turtle

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Looks like it has failed.  I'm going to have the TPMS removed just so I can get the correct part number to order a replacement.  Dealership showed me literally a dozen different TPMS part numbers.


After I get the new TPMS installed, how can I get it trained, especially since I won't be moving the trailer for at least a couple of weeks?



TPMS sensor was broken into two pieces.  I suspect it got banged when the tire was patched.


Spent quite a bit of time with dealer parts department, and I kind of took a risk with part number HC3Z-1A189-D as it didn't match the part number that was originally installed, and it worked.


I should have paid more attention to the screens on the truck, but pretty sure it was under tire pressure, setting up a new trailer, and I had to marry all four tires again to the truck.  I did not have drive the trailer like the instructions indicated.

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