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2010+ TPMS sensors and 2008-9 cars?

OK, I think this has been asked before, but I cannot recall a definitive answer. My 08 GT has the TPMS sensors mounted on bands within the wheel. I understand if I get a new TPMS sensor, the car has to be "trained" to recognize it, not unlike training for a new key. I had to have that done for my wife's '08 Mountaineer when one of the band-mounted sensors failed and was replaced. My question has to do with the valve-mounted TPMS sensors on the new take-off wheels that are available from 2010 and 2011 Mustangs. Can the car recognize those as well, or are they on some different frequency or code or something?

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get yourself one of these. I use it to rotate between my two sets of rims and tires and it transitions the sensors very easily for me


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OK, I think this has been asked before, but I cannot recall a definitive answer. My 08 GT has the TPMS sensors mounted on bands within the wheel. I understand if I get a new TPMS sensor, the car has to be "trained" to recognize it, not unlike training for a new key. I had to have that done for my wife's '08 Mountaineer when one of the band-mounted sensors failed and was replaced. My question has to do with the valve-mounted TPMS sensors on the new take-off wheels that are available from 2010 and 2011 Mustangs. Can the car recognize those as well, or are they on some different frequency or code or something?

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From what we've experienced here, the 07-09 band sensor will not work with a 2010-2011 & a 2010-2011 sensor will not work with an 07-09.

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