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I have noticed that some used Wheel with Tire sets are being sold without the Tire Pressure Sensors. I have a 2005 Titan XE and would like to buy a set of SE style rims but they are being sold without the tire pressure sensors. Where are these sensors located? Can I remove them from my existing wheel/tire set easily and install them on the set that I am purchasing?
 

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Sometimes the seller has bought aftermarket wheels, transferred the sensors, and sells the OEM wheels without the sensors....
 

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And those suckers are expensive.
 

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To continue BB's train of thought, the TPMS sensors are part of the valve stem (Notice it's held in place with a nut and isn't rubber). Moving the sensors to new wheels is quite easy.
 

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You need to buy new nuts and rubber seals for each one. not much, maybe 4 or 5 bucks per set. So have your old ones transferrred and you won't have to bother having them reprogrammed. Sensors list for about $85 each.
 

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TitanBlue said:
You need to buy new nuts and rubber seals for each one. not much, maybe 4 or 5 bucks per set. So have your old ones transferrred and you won't have to bother having them reprogrammed. Sensors list for about $85 each.
Do you know where online you can get the seals and nuts?
 

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Check our site sponsor site www.nissanstuffonline.com. They are a dealer in CT, that will ship you anything. Bennett Nissan. Parts Department
(203) 544-8371
978 Danbury Rd.
Wilton, CT 06897
 

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I believe you can also get them at another site sponsor: The Tire Rack. But I'm not sure you can buy component parts... Just the whole sensor assembly.
 
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