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TPMS fits Dodge Charger 2010 - OEM Tire Pressure Sensor UPC# - 9471458
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Replaces OE part number 56029400AE

 

NOTE: Quantity of 1 adds a Single Schrader 433 Mhz TPMS Tire Pressure Sensor to your shopping cart.

 
FITMENT: Fits: Dodge Charger 2010
SKU#: TPMS-Schrader-56029400AE
Frequency: 433 Mhz
SHIPPING:
The shipping rate for this product - UPC#9471458, is only $5.00 and WILL BE ADDED to the total during Checkout. All orders, within the continental US, will be shipped and received within 10 BUSINESS days from payment date, via UPS ground or USPS. All international orders, APO, FPO, AE, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico require additional shipping costs and time and are shipped via USPS parcel post or priority. Please email us at sales@oewheels.net or call us at 1-941-921-0065 for the shipping cost for any international or APO, FPO, AE, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico orders.
Relearn Code: CHR-2
Relearn Procedures: IMPORTANT: Before following the relearn procedure, please be sure to move the old sensors at least one hundred feet away from the car.

*Ensure all tires are inflated to the pressure listed on the tire placard. Vehicle must be driven for at least 10 minutes while maintaining speed above 15 mph in order for system to learn new sensor IDs.