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Anyone have the correct part number for the tpms sensors on a 2007 srx? Not sure which rpo code it is, but mine reads out the actual pressures, not just low pressure state. I've got one with a dead battery, probably 2 more soon to be dying, might as well pick up a set of four and have a shop put them in.

Problem is, I'm seeing several part numbers referred to, both on rockauto and gmpartsdirect... I generally can find a solid part number reference there, and then shop around.
 

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Hi, penguinfree-

I can understand the trouble you're having regarding the sensors, TPMS can be frustrating. Part of it is due to the TPMS system in your vehicle is very similar to MANY other manufacturers. Actually, the Schrader sensor part # 20153 that's shown on the competitor's site as working for your vehicle will also work for a Buick, Chevy, GMC, SAAB and a few others. The best way to get the exact part number for what sensor came with your vehicle would be to contact your dealer parts department with your VIN number: they should be able to give you the exact sensor part # that came with the car.

A few side thoughts, Discount Tire uses Schrader sensors with great success because they are such a reliable OEM direct replacement sensor. We would also certainly recommend doing them as a set, as you mentioned if 1 is dead the others are soon to follow. This is due to the batteries in the sensors having a 7-10 year life expectancy and once the first one dies it’s a good indication that the others will follow. As far as your dash board displaying the PSI information rather than just the indication light, if the sensor works with the vehicles system it should function with the display to give you the PSI.

TPMS Replacement | Discount Tire

Also, you may see a few options regarding your sensors Clamp in or Snap in. This indicates the way the sensor attaches to the wheel, either a metal hex nut using a rubber gasket "Clamp-in" or a rubber stem "Snap-in" there is no functionality difference between them for daily driver usage, it would just be up to your preference.

If you have not already ordered them and would like to place an order or if have any further questions, please feel to reach out to us by PM, we'll make sure you're taken care of!
 
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