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Delando 03-28-2019 05:19 PM

TPMS sensor question
 
Hello

Will the tpms sensor from santa fe wheels work on my tucson?
The wheels are 19” 2014. It seems not to register them and the warning light is on.

Regards
Delando

grcauto 03-28-2019 09:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Delando (Post 5894971)
Hello

Will the tpms sensor from santa fe wheels work on my tucson?
The wheels are 19 2014. It seems not to register them and the warning light is on.

Regards
Delando

Did you do the relearn?


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dmlexpert 03-28-2019 11:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Delando (Post 5894971)
Hello

Will the tpms sensor from santa fe wheels work on my tucson?
The wheels are 19 2014. It seems not to register them and the warning light is on.

Regards
Delando

Santa Fe Sport or Santa Fe? They use different sensors.
There's a good chance they're 315MHz.
The Tucson uses the 52933-C1100 sensors that are 433MHz.
The good news is that the C1100 sensors are fairly inexpensive on ebay, so you can buy them and have them installed and the tire warning will work again.

Delando 04-23-2019 10:59 AM

I picked up 4 sensors on eBay 52933–c1100. Question can you see if the car detects the sensors befors you pay for the fitting? Or is it pray and pay?

//Delando

Fediej 04-23-2019 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Delando (Post 5905825)
I picked up 4 sensors on eBay 52933–c1100. Question can you see if the car detects the sensors befors you pay for the fitting? Or is it pray and pay?//Delando

A reputable tire shop should be able to scan the sensors to verify that they are the correct frequency and coded properly prior to install. If they say they can't do that or claim the sensors and/or tires need to be installed first, go somewhere else.
Or get yourself one of these and check them for yourself:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/USA-Ship-Au...AAAOSwtM1bq1Qm

dmlexpert 04-23-2019 04:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Delando (Post 5905825)
I picked up 4 sensors on eBay 52933c1100. Question can you see if the car detects the sensors befors you pay for the fitting? Or is it pray and pay?

//Delando

They are the correct sensors for the 2015-2019 Tucson. The car will detect them automatically within a few miles of driving.


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