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Oro-Tek Valve Stem-Mounted TPMS Sensors; Set of Four (07-09 All)

Item 388959
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      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Eliminates Annoying Dash Light
      • Perfect Replacement Part
      • Easily Switch Between Winter and Summer Rims
      • Includes 4 TPMS Sensors
      • Designed for All 2007-2009 Mustangs


      Turns Off Dash Light. Your Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) alerts you when the pressure drops to an unsafe limit. This a great safety feature, but if you plan on upgrading to a new set of rims you will need to install new sensors in your new wheels, if not you will have an annoying dash light constantly reminding you that your sensors are missing - this set of four replacement TPMS sensors will take care of the issue.

      Kit Contents. This TPMS Kit comes complete for use on four wheels and includes 4 Stem-Mounted TPMS Sensors. This kit makes it easy to switch between your stock rims and aftermarket rims at will. 

      Required Upgrade. In order to sync the new sensors to your cars computer after you have installed them in your wheels you will require the use of a TPMS Transmitter Tool sold separately, see drop down option above.

      Application. This set of four Ford Mustang Replacement Valve Stem-Mounted TPMS Sensors is specifically designed for use on all 2007 to 2009 Mustangs, including the V6, GT, Bullitt, and Shelby GT500 models. If you require a complete TPMS Senor Kit with four sensors and a transmitter tool for your 2005 to 2009 Mustang check out our part number 76160.

      Important Tire Rotation Note. When rotating tires that are equipped with TPMS sensors it is important to reuse the TPMS Transmitter Tool to recalibrate the sensors. By rotating your tires you are changing the physical location of the sensors and your cars computer will need to update to be aware of this location change. Failure to do so will result in inaccurate and incorrect low tire pressure monitoring.

      Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 Details

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      Customer Reviews (16)

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      Ratings Summary

      3.9 out of 5 overall rating from 16 customers

      • July 11, 2019

        3 2007 GT - BoydW

        Problem with front right sensor

        For the first month I had no issues. Just recently, I got a bad senor warning on my dash. I checked the tire pressure on all 4 tires and the tire pressure was fine. Then I attempted to reprogram the sensors however, the front passenger side will not acknowledge the command to relearn. After 4 attempts I stopped. I will have to troubleshoot further when I have time. I am not totally satisfied with a possible defective sensor. I also wish the valve stems were stainless steel.

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      • April 01, 2019

        1 2008 GT - ThomasR

        Only one sensor will train

        American muscle has gone down hill the past couple of years only one of four of the sensors will sync. I know I’ll never see a return not to mention the new sensors I’ll have to buy and money I’ll have to pay to get the tires redone. I do not suggest these

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      • February 24, 2019

        2 2008 GT - JimS

        TPMS Sensors

        Less than 100 miles and have a sensor fault warning. Is this typical? Sounds like I need to purchase the device to determine which one is bad in lieu of dismounting every tire to replace all of them? Feed back would be helpful.

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      • September 13, 2018

        5 2007 V6 - JerrydelRosario


        It’s a no hassle substitute for the OEM sensors. Just follow the instructions and go.

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      • September 04, 2018

        1 2009 GT - MarcusM

        Error anytime you go over 65

        I bought these along with new tires and rims from AM (don't even get me started on what they call balancing). Anytime I go over 65, my TPMS lights up. I have synced and synced them and the dealership also has. So basically I paid 150 for them to work unless I drive highway speeds.

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      • August 06, 2018

        2 2008 GT - 1960

        TPMS Sensors

        I am Not very happy with these sensors They work for about 40 miles then it says a sensor is faulty. When I stop to have them checked then they work again. So I can not find the one that is bad.

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      • May 03, 2018

        5 2007 V6 - MichaelK


        This is an awesome product exactly what I needed. I Did not like the old tire pressure sensors on my 2007 Mustang. Installation was very easy.

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      • March 31, 2017

        5 2008 GT - ChuckyW23

        TPMS Sensors

        The TPMS Sensors were installed on my AMR wheel and tire set that I ordered. Programming was quick and easy.

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      • November 02, 2016

        5 2007 GT - JR

        Easy to install

        I watched a YouTube video on how to install and it took about 1 minute.

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      • July 09, 2016

        5 2008 GT - Alan

        TPMS work great

        The TPMS were already installed on my new wheels and all I had to do was follow instructions to sync them to the car.

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      Questions & Answers (7 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      do these replace the factory ford strap on style

      • Yes they do replace the stock "band" style.

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      A question I have, if you know, is whether these items can survive 170 miles per hour and higher? It seems to me that, being plastic, they could suffer destruction at those speeds. You know the old joke: "Physics is physics​." Depending on the weight of the units, were they to fail, it would throw off the balance of the wheel/tire more so than a sensor mounted to the inside of the rim (because they are mounted on the outside portion of the rim). I ask this question because my Mustang is modified. When my OEM sensor failed at about 155 miles per hour (on a closed course), it was not catastrophic - I was able to back the speed down to about 90 miles per hour and let the pieces settle in and then was able to take it to 173 miles per hour before the vibration returned and I shut it down.. The closed course is at the Terlingua Preservation Society (TPS) event in Terlingua, Texas each October. After the OEM failure, I removed all of the TPMS bands and sensors but would like to have TPMS working on an everyday basis. My sense is that the car can make 180 miles per hour but no more than that. Can your product withstand that speed without structural failure? Hope so but, either way, please let me know. Thank you much in advance. No rush getting back to me. Jim Clark

      • These Valve Stem-Mounted TPMS Sensors will be like the stock sensors as a good replacement part. These are not tested at racing speeds and are only tested around normal operating speeds.

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      Hi, my question is, what's the required psi to keep the tpms light from coming on? 2009 shelby gt500 the ford motor company said (I was told) 35psi. Can ya help? Thanks Bill

      how do I get my dash light to go out with these sensors

      • Once they are synced to the vehicle, a check engine light for no TPMS will be turned off.

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      I have these sensors in my wheel and tire package that I got from you guys. They came with a card directing me to a link to watch a video to link the sensors. However when I go to the link all it does show me the sensors. Do I need a tool now.. to correct this or is there another approach?

      • In order to link your TPMS sensors, you do require the use of a Transmitter Tool.

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      2 More Questions
      Do they come installed with wheels and tires if your buy all together with mounting option? 1 answer
      I already have a Ford TPS Transmitter Tool, will it work with these sensors? 1 answer

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (4) Valve Stem Sensors

      Will It Fit My Mustang

      • Bullitt - 08, 09
      • GT - 07, 08, 09
      • GT500 - 07, 08, 09
      • V6 - 07, 08, 09

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