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Hello everyone,

The TPMS light came on this weekend. The light blinked several times and then turned on. Based on my research, this tells me one of the sensors is bad. I took the car to Discount Tire and filled air up to 35 psi per tire. The light continued to blink and then was static even after filling up the tires with air.

Discount Tire told me it would be $60 per sensor and recommends I change all 4. No way am I going to spend that kind of money and pretty sure I can get a set of 4 cheaper on EBay.

Have any of you run into this problem, and if so, did you end up changing the sensors? Some have said not to worry and just monitor the air in the tires weekly or so. I don’t mind doing this but afraid if I car would pass inspection or not (I live in a state that requires it).

Thank you.


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batteries are dead and the module is trying to contact the dead when light is flashing then stays on solid when it fails. Mine are dead in my tacoma and doing same thing. Not jacking with it until time for new tires. that light will not fail your inspection.....in TX. Just have to live dangerously like everyone has before tpms was a thing and just check our tires yourself or drive thru tire place and have them do it....or replace them.
 

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Thank you for the responses. Is it best to replace all 4 or should I replace just that one? Also, can I get them off EBay or do I need to purchase them somewhere else?


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I would only get some off ebay if you know the oem part number for yours and yes, might as well do all 4 because it will act the same way if not able to talk to all 4 sensors. You can use VIN on oem parts place like Genuine OEM Toyota Parts and Accessories Online - Toyota Parts Deal and will be cheaper than walking into a local dealership. You can also use that site to find out the part number to search elsewhere for possible better deal. That site I linked pretty much has the best oem prices online as any other.
 

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Put in 2009 XB TPMS on that site and they wanted $66 for each oem one that will be good for 10years or more but found the same part number on ebay. 4 for $130...


Working off part number 42607-33012 which came up for 2009 xB. Mine is 2004 so I don not have TPMS.

Betting the ones from Discount tire are the knockoff ones you will see on ebay using that number above that are 5 yr warranty and $50 a set of 4. There ya go, options

 
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