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Max Sensor TPMS Sensors

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  • Improved signal strength compatible with 40" tires
  • Wirelessly reads through 12-ply F-rated tires
  • Covers 98.5% of vehicle on the road
  • Pre-programmed to your vehicle, just follow relearn process
  • Works with most tpms programming tools
  • Choose between black rubber or aluminum
  • 1 year warranty

Replacing your tpms sensors when you buy a new set of wheels and tires means you don't have to break down your old wheels and tires to retrieve the factory tpms sensor, leaving you an unusable spare set. Picking up a set of tpms sensors means you'll have 2 sets of wheels ready to go. The Max TOTAL Gen 2 sensors are built to out perform OEM sensors with a stronger signal that can be read through aftermarket tires up to 40". With frequency range between 314mhz and 434.5 mhz, the tpms can be programmed to work with most vehicles on the road today. Providing your vehicle year, make, and model allows us to pre-program the sensor to your specific car. You can replace a single tpms sensor to work alongside your factory tpms with the Max Sensor Gen 2 TPMS. When replacing a tpms sensor, you will have to go through a "re-learning" process so the system can sync up with the new tpms sensor. Each vehicle make will have a different process to learn the new tpms which can be found in your vehicle user manual.

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The Max Sensor TPMS Sensor must be professionally programmed and installed. When purchasing through us, the sensor will be pre-programmed to your vehicle's frequency. Follow the TPMS relearning process for your manufacturer to sync up the sensor with your vehicles TPMS system.

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