Which Style of TPMS Sensor Are You Using?
OE Quality Sensors–Schrader sensors, whether snap-in or clamp-in style, are engineered and developed to OEM specifications.
Grommet–Aluminum stem, clamp-in style sensors employ a grommet that maintains fit, function and torque. After removing the grommet, replace with a new one.
Retaining Nut–The retaining nut provides the torque required to maintain a seal and fastens the stem to the rim.
Valve Core–The heart of the Schrader valve is its core. Always use the OEM-specified nickel-plated valve core to prevent galvanic corrosion, a leading cause of valve failure.
Sealing Cap–A sealing cap maintains the integrity of the TPMS system. Always check caps and replace them if needed to ensure a quality rubber seal.*
*According to the Tire and Rim Association, the sealing cap provides the primary seal for all tire valves, including TPMS.
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