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TPMS advice

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by mikkydee, Apr 27, 2022.

  1. Apr 27, 2022 at 6:19 AM
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    mikkydee

    mikkydee [OP] My Taco 2007 DCLB 4x4 Man Truck

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    6" lift, 20 " inch rims, 34" tires, billet grill, aftermarket fender flares, custom rear bumper, DVd player with backup camera, all LED lights
    Hello my Tacoma friends. I am needing some advice on replacing my old TPMS on my 2007 Batteries have been gone on my existing ones for a while now. I will have to replace my tires soon and want to replace the tpms at the same time. however looking on rock auto I am a little unsure what i need. There are steel and alloy options. screw on and clamp on options. etc..
    Also I see there is also separate hardware available for purchase. I have after market 20" rims and want to be sure I get the correct application and hardware for the install when the tires are installed.
    Not even sure if the spare has a tpms in it or not on the 2007.

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  2. Apr 27, 2022 at 6:25 AM
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    ZMan2k2

    ZMan2k2 “Hold my beer and watch this!”

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    My ‘06 has a TPMS in the spare. I also went with OEM sensors when I replaced mine. The originals lasted 13 years, so I thought $30CAD each was worth it.
     
  3. Apr 27, 2022 at 6:51 AM
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    Geeves77

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    Yup. I went with rock auto and got Denso’s get pre-programmed ones. This way the garage can just scan them and they are active
    The sensor should be part of the valve stem
    Do not get the ones for STEEL RIMS they will not fit ate ones for alloy rims
     
  4. Apr 27, 2022 at 8:54 AM
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    BlkDakDave

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    The spare on my 07 does have a TPMS. When I bought my last set of tires I replaced all of them. I ordered (Denso's from Rock Auto) four for the alloy wheels and one for the spare that has a steel wheel. Each of the TPMS has a unique ID number. As a precaution, if you order from online, write each number down just in case the tire shop has difficulty scanning for the new TPMS.
     
  5. Apr 27, 2022 at 9:03 AM
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    Marshall R

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    I put these in my 07 a little over a year ago when I bought new tires. Discount Tire installed them and programed them free. Surprisingly mine were still working after 14 years but I knew it was just a matter of time and it was unlikely they would outlast another set of tires. It is a lot cheaper to get it done at the same time you are mounting new tires

    These will fit your truck

    Amazon.com: MORESENSOR 315MHz TPMS Tire Pressure Sensor 4-Pack | Compatible with Lexus & Toyota Select Models | Replacement for 42607-33011 | Clamp-in | NX-S008-4 : Automotive

    You'll also need one for the spare. They are a little cheaper if you can just buy a 4 pack but 07's need 5 sensors.

    Amazon.com: MORESENSOR Signature Series 315MHz TPMS Tire Pressure Sensor | Preprogrammed for Select 270+ Japanese Brand Models | Replacement for 42607-33011 | Clamp-in | NX-S008 : Automotive

    Just be aware. No reputable tire store will touch your spare if it is over 10 years old. Mine was 14 years old with only about 600 miles on it. I picked up a good used tire that was only 2-3 years old to replace my old spare when I had the sensors installed in the spare.

    I've used sensors from Amazon in 3 vehicles so far and have had zero issues with any of them.
     
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