F-150 Tire Pressure Sensor Components
F-150 Tire Pressure Sensor Components
Tire Pressure Sensor Components
Whether it occurs over time or instantly as a result of running over road debris in your Ford truck, sooner or later, your F-150 tires are going to lose pressure. While you were always able to check on the condition of your tires before you climbed inside your truck, for many years, it was impossible to monitor your tires’ status while you were romping around in the terrain.
Thankfully, in the mid-2000s, the Ford Motor Company answered the bell, with the introduction of tire pressure sensor components by way of the F-150 TPMS system. Ford F-150 tire pressure sensor components provide real-time updates on the condition of your tires and take into account the rapid changes that can occur when you are on the highway or the trail. As their names suggest, F-150 tire pressure sensor components encompass all of the technological advancements that monitor your pickup’s tire pressure. Some of the most notable F-150 TPMS components include the tools that help train the new sensors on your aftermarket F-150 wheels.
Replacing your wheels is always a popular modification that truck enthusiasts like to make in order to achieve a more aggressive stance and to increase performance capabilities. If you decide to replace your current rims with aftermarket F-150 wheels & tires, you might be required to replace your F-150 tire pressure sensor components as well. The latest F-150 TPMS technology on your dash will not work with certain wheels, so it is important to ensure that your F-150 tire pressure sensor components correctly align with the new tires that you have chosen for your truck.
Though they are viewed as a luxury by some, F-150 tire pressure monitoring tools could go a long way towards persevering your tires, particularly if you are an off-roading enthusiast. Failure to monitor the condition of your F-150 tire pressure sensor components could cause irreparable damage to your tires, or worse, leave you stranded in the middle of nowhere if you’re not careful. By taking advantage of all of the Ford F-150 tire pressure sensor components that are available today, you will never have wonder when it is time to put air into your F-150 tires!
Get The Latest F-150 Tire Pressure Sensor Components From CJ’s
Though your factory TPMS is generally reliable, you might not be able to utilize all of the popular technological advancements if your F-150 tire pressure sensor components are not up-to-date. If you decide to purchase new wheels or tires from CJ Pony Parts, we will get you set up with the correct F-150 tire pressure sensor components as well. CJ’s offers a diverse array of tire pressure sensor components for F-150s that can be tailored to fit the specific needs of your truck. Be sure to note your pickup’s year before your purchase any F-150 TPMS components from CJ Pony Parts.
CJ’s features a number of different F-150 TPMS valve stems to accommodate Ford trucks from 2009 through the present day. If any of your existing F-150 TMPS valve stems are broken or overused, CJ’s features a number of different replacement options that you can choose from. These F-150 tire pressure sensor components are installed in the valve sterns of your wheels and can be trained to monitor your TPMS. CJ’s offers quality F-150 tire pressure monitor valve stems either individually or as complete sets of four.
Keep in mind that four of these Ford F-150 TPMS valve stems are required per vehicle, and it is important to see which specific years that the sensors are compatible with. If you are looking for the entire package, it would be wise to purchase a complete F-150 TPMS valve stem kit. These sets contain four F-150 TPMS valve stems along with the activation tool required.
If you decide to swap out your factory wheels & tires, you are going to need an F-150 TPMS tool to train your new wheels. In order to reprogram your F-150 tire pressure sensor components on the new tires, you first need to enter “training mode” on your dash. Once you are in training mode, you can use your new F-150 TPMS tool to walk around and point the remote at all four wheels individually in order to get them to respond. Once you have enabled all of your aftermarket F-150 TPMS components on the interior and on the wheels, and you are ready to hit highway or the trail!