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Old 05-15-2011, 01:49 PM
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tire pressure sensors

I'm new to the site,getting ready to buy an 07 EL Limited. Wanting to change the wheels to the Ford 9 spoke 22 inch. Was wandering if i could use the valve stem sensors like the 09 have,or do i have to use the strap type sensors? Thanks,Chris.
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As far as I understand you will need to use the same type of sensor that the vehicle came with.
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My '07 sensors are strap on. Can you get new straps?

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http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_nkw=For....c0.m270.l1313
This set looks like a good buy;
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Chris42 - do a search on my user name. I did some pretty extensive reasearch on this topic when I switched the ugly chrome clad wheels to the 2010 F-150 20" polished aluminum wheels and did a couple of write ups on what I learned and what I did.

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