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TPMS Part Numbers

TPMS Part Numbers

Postby scott l [OP] » Apr 04 2021, 3:29pm

Good Morning All,

I’m getting ready to have a set of 33” Firestone Destination M/T2 installed.
Currently I have 2 tire pressure monitoring sensors not working. I’d like to go ahead and order all 4 replacement sensors prior to taking it to tire shop. I’m seeing more replacement sensor order numbers than I was expecting to and I’m not sure which TPMS I need to order.
Can anyone help point me to the correct replacement part number for a late model 2007 Sierra 1500 to order? I typically use the 2008 Sierra as a reference because this was mid year Change for GMC...offering both the Classic Sierra & Sierra 1500 in 2007.

Any help would be appreciated...
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Re: TPMS Part Numbers

Postby ChevyZ712013 » Apr 04 2021, 3:41pm

I would check out amazon or rock auto. Rock Auto is a great place to get part numbers for the TPMS sensors. Amazon is a great place to get them cheaper!! I bought mine thank to the guys on here from Amazon for $16 a piece!!! My grand total for all 4 sensors was around $65-$70 plus tax of course. Most of the time you can type in make model and year into the automotive section on Amazon and it will pull up the parts but I would check rock auto to verify you have the correct part numbers.
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Re: TPMS Part Numbers

Postby ChevyZ712013 » Apr 04 2021, 3:43pm

These are the sensors I bought for my 2010 Chevy Silverado 1500 with the 5.3 and 4x4. Which the 4x4 doesnt really matter for TPMS sensors but just telling you the truck I bought them for as an idea on your part.

https://www.amazon.com/ACDelco-13598771 ... ive&sr=1-3
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Re: TPMS Part Numbers

Postby silverado85 » Apr 04 2021, 3:58pm

These have worked well for me. https://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/sch ... -reviews-d They had made in the UK on the box and I have had them for 3+ years and no issues. I use to purchase some cheap ones on amazon or ebay thinking I was saving money but they would always failed within a year or two. They use cheap batteries that fail quickly.
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Re: TPMS Part Numbers

Postby HCO41 » Apr 04 2021, 7:27pm

I have to start looking for the right sensors for my 2021 and found the following AC Delco applications. Hit "expand" to see all applications:

https://parts-catalog.acdelco.com/catal ... type=12036

Hope this helped.
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Re: TPMS Part Numbers

Postby scott l [OP] » Apr 05 2021, 2:50pm

Thanks for the help guys....
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