Valve Stem Style Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Mustangs.
Are you looking to replace the broken or overused tire pressure sensors on your 2007-2014 Mustang? These Ford OEM sensors are a direct replacement for the valve stem style on the 2010-2014 Mustang, but also features the correct frequency to work with the 2007-2009 tire pressure monitoring system.
These direct replacement tire pressure sensors feature a black rubber valve stem body with a black cap to blend in with your wheel for a stock look. These tire pressure sensors can be programmed using the Ford tire pressure monitor programmer (TBANDP), which will be required in order to properly install these sensors on your Mustang.
*Sold individually. Your Mustang requires four for all four wheels.
*Does not require Tire Pressure Band; these replace the valve stem.
*Valve Stems are not designed for speeds over 155 mph.
CJ Pony Parts offers a large variety of wheel and tire options for your 2007-2014 Mustang. If your new wheels and tires aren’t installed with these tire pressure sensors, it will set a warning light off on your dashboard. In order to avoid that, make sure you pick up these direct replacement tire pressure sensors for both safety and functionality.
Order a Valve Stem Style Tire Pressure Monitor Sensor for your 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 or 2014 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Cj: If I change my 19" tires & wheels for a 20" set new (x example Niche+Nitto), is necesary buy a new set of TPMS ? or if possible to re-use a original set of my Stang GT 2011
ARE THERE ANY MONITERS FOR 2006 MUSTANG VEHICLES?
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This is a sensor used in your 2007 through 2009 Mustang. Installs on a metal band that goes the entire way around the inside diameter of your wheel. Starting in 2010 Ford switch to the valve stem style. This particular sensor here is actually going to fit your 2007 and up Mustang. These are going to be less expensive, as well as easier to install than the standard band style clamps. No matter what sensor you go with, you'll need a TPMS sensor tool to retrain your car once installing your new wheels.
Since we installed a set of aftermarket Ford racing wheels on our 2013, Gotta Have It Street car, we are going to have to reprogram our TMPS. Since there's several steps involved in the process, I'm going to walk you through it.
You're going to start with your ignition key in the off position. You're going to press and release the brake pedal and cycle the key to run three times, and the third time stopping at run. Again, press and release the pedal, turn the key back to off. Then again three times ending at run. When you get the honk from the horn, you know you're in training mode. Once you enter training mode, the display on your dash is going to say, "Train Left Front Tire."
We're to start with the left front. You want to grab your TPMS sensor; you're aiming a couple of inches away from the valve stem. The light of the sensor will come on and the horn will honk once the tire is trained. Now you going to go over to the other side, now to the rear, and lastly the rear driver side. Once we're finished, it will say training complete on the dashboard and you're ready to drive your Mustang.