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TPMS fits Toyota Highlander 2007-12 - OEM Tire Pressure Sensor UPC# - 9450028
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Sale Price: $47.00plus shipping
Compare to MSRP at $78.00

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Replaces OE part number 42607-33011


NOTE: Quantity of 1 adds a Single Schrader 315MHz TPMS OEM Tire Pressure Sensor to your shopping cart.

FITMENT: Fits: Toyota Highlander 2007-2012
Frequency: 315 MHz
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Relearn Code: TOY-1
Relearn Procedures: 1. Inflate all tires to pressure indicated on tire placard.
2. Turn ignition to ON position (engine off)
3. if TPMS telltale is flashing hold down tire pressure reset button (located on instrument panel, knee bolster or inside glove box) until telltale light goes off.
4. Once TPMS telltale is off, hold down tire pressure reset button until TPMS telltale flashes 3 times.
5. Drive vehicle at 19mph or more for over an hour to complete initialization.