TPMS Sensors

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  1. jlis

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    Do you guys have the TPMS sensors for a 2014 1500 Laramie? I tired to put the part number in but it can’t find it. Unless it’s changed.


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    Does 68249197AA work automatic with out reprograming on a 2015?

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    Hi Stefan,

    Yes as per the service info it will re-learn.

    From the service info:

    "Once the vehicle has remained stationary for more than 20 minutes, drive vehicle for a minimum of 10 minutes while maintaining a continuous speed above 15 mph (24 km/h). During this time, the system will learn the new sensor ID. This is part of the TPM Diagnostic Verification Test."

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    I am trying to research about the TPMS sensors.
    I am getting ready to buy new wheels (already got the new tires), I need to find a new set of TPMS sensors.
    Is there a benefit to metal stems vs. rubber stems?
    Is there a type of sensor any better quality from others?
    I don't think the type wheels make any difference, or do they?
    Do I need a sensor for the spare? I do want to incorporate the spare in tire rotations. Does the system register for the spare?

    Sorry for so many questions, just trying to do all my research.

    I have a 2008 Ram 2500 SLT 5.7L, 4x4

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    Hi Rich,

    Stick with rubber replacement stems as there is less of a chance of metal interaction and corrosion. We can only recommend Mopar OE sensors, For a quote send me your VIN. No most wheels factory and aftermarket have a standardized opening/seat to accept OE and replacement valves. The spare sensor would remain inactive to the best of my knowledge but I would have to research this a bit further.

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