Ford Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor Black 2010-2014

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Product Description

Ford Black Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor for 2010-2014 Mustangs.

When getting aftermarket wheels for your 2010-2014 Mustang or Shelby, you will need to install these sensors into the valve stems of your new wheels in order to work with the 2010-2014 on-board tire pressure monitoring system. Sold each. Car requires four.

If you have a problem with your new sensors, make sure to get a tire pressure programming tool (TBANDP) to reprogram your new sensors so that the car can get an accurate reading from them.

*Will NOT work on 2007-2009 Mustangs or GT500s. 2007-2009s use a different sensor that is located in the wheel. If you are installing 2007-2009 take-offs on your 2010, you will still need to install this valve stem style sensor system.
*May not work on Mustangs produced by Ford for export outside of the US.  Some may require a sensor with a different frequency.
*CJ Pony Parts cannot mount & balance your wheels/tires if you choose to reuse your stock sensors.

Buy Your 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 or 2014 Mustang this Ford Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor Black from CJ Pony Parts, one of the industry leaders for Mustang Parts and Accessories. Order Today!

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Ford Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor Black 2010-2014 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My after market wheels speak Mustang now. :-) I purchased a 2012 Mustang that has 20" Verde wheels on it. The previous owner didn't have functioning sensors in them, and it was a major nuisance to have to reset the sensor each time I turned on the car. Certainly, the added insurance of functioning sensors allows me to ensure my low profile tires are at the proper PSI. I checked in to several places for sensors including my local Ford dealership (they wouldn't install them on anything over 19"), and I decided I wanted to go with factory OEM TPMS only. I still can't believe the cost of the sensors, but I prefer to not have issues with after market parts down the road. I called and spoke with an employee on the phone at CJPonyParts to ensure the sensors would be the appropriate ones for me, and the representative was helpful and checked in to it to ensure they would. The Cyber Monday sale at CJPonyParts gave me the best deal around, and i ordered them that afternoon. They arrived in a timely manner, and I had them installed and programmed today. Everything is functioning fine, and the Motorcraft sensors were described accurately on the site. I will use this company in the future for my Mustang needs.
Date published: 2015-12-16
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