|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||6.75 x 6 x 1.55 inches|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||08003M-1718MODEL3|
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ITM Set of 4 TPMS 433mhz Tire Pressure Sensors 2017-2018 Tesla Model 3 All Models Replacement
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- Pre-Programmed, Will Function Like Factory OEM Sensors.
- 5-6 year battery life. No Additional Programming is Required
- For 2017-2020 Tesla Model 3 All Trims
- Compatible With OEM Part Numbers: 1034602-01-A, 1034602-00-B, 103460200A, 103460200B, SE52068
- 2 Year Warranty
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I put these on a set of 18" aftermarket rims with winter tires to have a winter set. The car automatically recognized the new sensors after a few miles, asked what size rims, and worked as expected. I've been running with these for about 2 months and occasionally the car has kicked up a warning message that the TPMS system needs service. When I check the pressure readings from the car software, all tires are reading correctly so the sensors are still working. After a day or a few with the error message on the car, it eventually corrects itself and all goes back to normal (just went through 3 days like this and was back to normal this morning). It seems as though these TPMS are not quite 100% compatible, and the cars software doesn't like something about these sensors. For me, I'm OK with this and will just ignore the TPMS error message. I believe this may the fault of the Tesla software being picky and not the sensors themselves, so I feel 5 stars are still merited. Just be aware of this potential caveat.
*UPDATE* - Working now without issue!
I had my car in for service at Tesla for something else and asked them to check the TPMS. Here are some of their words from the report: "The sensors were pinged and the sensor ID's were entered into the vehicle. After that the vehicle picked up the sensors and the alert went away. Based off of the TPMS tool, all the sensors are in good health and do not need to be replaced".... ....."the issue is either his wheels or the sensors did not get entered into the vehicle correctly after the wheel swap."
This service was just over a month ago and I haven't had any issues since. Apparently the sensors were not properly registered when I put them on (I think I know why, but that is another story). You can buy these with confidence.
Edit: After updating car software (2018.28.1) the sensors registered perfectly with the car
They cost much less than what a specialized shop would sell TPMS sensors for. My tires hop was a bit confused as they first wanted to program them but they actually do not require setting or programing. After installation on my winter tire set, they automatically sync'ed with the Tesla Model 3 computer within 2 miles of the first drive and prompted a calibration question on the screen. Once you enter the new wheel size on the screen, the sensors work like a charm, exactly as the original ones on my factory weels. All 4 are working nicely and report pressure as intended.