No matter the type of stem, carelessness can result in a broken sensor. No sensor, no monitoring.
Let’s take a look at the types of TPMS sensors.
First there are snap-in sensors, which look like a regular rubber valve stem. These valves have a longer cap than a non-TPMS valve stem.
Then there are clamp-on sensors. Any time a clamp-on TPMS sensor is reused or replaced, it’s necessary to install new seals and valve-stem nuts to ensure proper sealing around the sensor valve stem.
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