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Dorman 974-002 Chrysler/Mitsubishi Tire Pressure Monitor System Sensor

4.1 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
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Technical Details

Brand Dorman
Item Weight 1.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 2.8 x 3.2 x 1.5 inches
Origin Taiwan
Item model number 974-002
Exterior Ready To Paint
Manufacturer Part Number 974002
OEM Part Number 4L2Z-1A150-BA, 5096808AA, 52088990AC, MN103033, TPMS1

Technical Specification

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Additional Information

ASIN B001UCCNI4
Customer Reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #147,391 in Automotive (See top 100)
#94 in Automotive > Wheels & Tires > Accessories & Parts > Tire Accessories & Parts > Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) > Replacement Sensors
#1,676 in Automotive > Wheels & Tires > Accessories & Parts > Wheel Accessories & Parts
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available October 10, 2007

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Warranty, Parts:PartsWarranty, Labor:Dorman warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service. Dorman will replace free of charge any product that in Dorman's reasonable determination does not comply with the foregoing warranty. This warranty is voided by non-recommended use, improper installation, or physical damage. In addition, Dorman will not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages.
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Dorman Tire Pressure Monitor System Sensor

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By Hans Halberstadt on October 19, 2015
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My local tire dealer quoted me $473 to replace the tire pressure sensors on my 2005 Ford Exploder so I bought these TPMS on Amazon for $140 and had another tire place install them for $10 per wheel. This place didn't know how to program the sensors so I used several online sources to learn how. Getting the vehicle into "learning mode" was pretty easy but actually getting the sensors and the computer connected was a little more complicated. Dorman customer service was terrific and provided some information I was missing -- the sensors must be "awake" to program them and you can wake them up by driving around for a while. I bought the Ford tool that was supposed to program the sensors but it didn't work. What did work at last was a ring magnet salvaged from a magnetic pickup tool I had in my shop. Once in learning mode, the magnet is placed over each valve stem in sequence beginning with LF. It takes about five seconds for the sensor to connect but then you get a little beep from the horn and you're off to the next valve stem The trick to this whole business is getting a tire shop to install the TPMS inexpensively -- you can do the rest yourself IF you get a big enough ring magnet. And five stars to Dorman for very superior customer service -- drop a dime on them if you need help.
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By Hud on March 14, 2016
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These were great. I had purchased some other manufacturer's items in the past at PartsTrain.com and I bought them about 3 monthS before I purchased my new tires and when we installed them they did not work but a few days. As they only cover 90 days I could not get replacements. So I will buy these from now on. They have not had a problem yet.
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I bought a set of 4 of these for a second set of wheels for my car in April of 2011. I planned to use these second set of wheels strictly for Spring-Fall, and use my factory wheels for the winter when wheel-damaging salt is on the road. Everything was installed and I got the wheels put on the car around June 2011. They programmed fine and was initially happy with them. I took the wheels off around November and stored them for the winter. Come March 2012, I got the wheels put back on the car, and NONE of them would program. I was dumbfounded. Not one. Not two. Not three. But all four sensors, bought less than a year ago, dead. You're better off buying factory/OEM sensors from the dealer (my 10 year old factory sensors on my winter wheels still work to this day). Sure it will cost more for factory/OEM, but you won't have to replace them every year.
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By Signcut on April 14, 2014
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These were installed on my 2004 Jeep Liberty Limited with the tire pressure indicator. I wanted something to replace the original equipment so I can use a simple magnet to reset the sensors on my own instead of the "new and improved" models that need a had held computer. They were installed and I reset them immediately afterward with a single problem.
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After years of reading "Service tire monitering system soon.....see owners manual" on the overhead display, I decided to just replace all 4 TPMS sensors. Problem solved!
Ours is a 2002 Grand Caravan, so I guess it isn't surprising that the non-replaceable batteries finally gave out, though certainly sooner than I would have expected. Maybe I just have high expectations.
The problem was that when we first began getting this message, the sensors were supposedly checked and found to be transmitting. So for years we thought the issue was something other than the sensors, and just put up with it. It still told us when we had a low tire.
Too pricey for my blood at twenty-nine bucks each, considering they are non-serviceable, but hopefully these will last quite a few years.
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Was unhappy with this purchase, got two bad ones out of a set of four. Amazon did a great job of sending replacements out, but I still had to eat two install bills. I will not use this brand again and I strongly dissuade anybody else from as well, unless you just have money to throw away on repeat/duplicate repair cost.
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Work as advertised. Was getting a "needs service" message for the tpms. Since I was buying new tires anyway, went ahead and replace all 5 on my '02 JGC. Pressure readings are not all perfect, but close enough.
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Maybe you will get lucky and get a decent life time out of them. One of the four I bought has stopped working already after only 4 months of being installed. Furthermore - unlike most sensors these do not report any data to scanners like battery life remaining, or temp, etc...
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