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Old 03-17-2013, 07:54 PM
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2010 Limited with Tire Pressure Sensor Fault

My new to me 2010 will light up a TPS Fault about every other day usually on the trip home. It will beep a few times, flash for a while and either go out after about 10 minutes or go out when I drive it next. I keep checking my tires and they are fine. I read through the forum and it seems the belt type sensors are a pain and often unreliable. Vehicle has 57k .. is CPO so underwarranty has great tires etc. I am thinking about just buying 4 new OEM Ford sensors ( not belt type) and putting them on and not dorking around with the dealer . I can get a set for around 60 bucks. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Before you do that, check the spare tire sensor. I've seen friends who's TPS light comes on and they try everything but checking the spare. It has a sensor also.
Just my 2 cents.
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Old 05-10-2013, 10:17 PM
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My new to me 2010 will light up a TPS Fault about every other day usually on the trip home. It will beep a few times, flash for a while and either go out after about 10 minutes or go out when I drive it next. I keep checking my tires and they are fine. I read through the forum and it seems the belt type sensors are a pain and often unreliable. Vehicle has 57k .. is CPO so underwarranty has great tires etc. I am thinking about just buying 4 new OEM Ford sensors ( not belt type) and putting them on and not dorking around with the dealer . I can get a set for around 60 bucks. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
I'd sure like to find a set of 4 for that price, need them for my new wheels
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Before you do that, check the spare tire sensor. I've seen friends who's TPS light comes on and they try everything but checking the spare. It has a sensor also.
Just my 2 cents.
The Expy doesn't have a sensor in the (factory) spare tire. I believe the system only has the ability to monitor 4 sensors at a time anyway. So even if you put a sensor in there it wouldn't be read without erasing a different one. When a new sensor is introduced to the system, it needs to be programmed to read that sensor.



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