TPMS fits Ford Ranger 2003 - Tire Pressure Sensor
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|Sensor Frequency||433 MHz|
|Replaces OE Part Number||4L2T1A150BA, 4L2Z1A150BA, 2L2Z1A150AA|
|Relearn Procedure||IMPORTANT: Before following the relearn procedure, please be sure to move the old sensors at least one hundred feet away from the car. 1. Inflate all tires to pressure listed on tire placard. 2. Turn ignition to OFF position. 3. Cycle ignition from OFF to RUN position 3 times, ending in RUN position. 4. Press and release brake pedal. 5. Turn ignition to OFF position. 6. Cycle ignition from OFF to RUN position 3 times ending in RUN position. 7. Horn will sound once and TPMS telltale will blink once train mode is initated, if equippped with message center it will display TRAIN LF TIRE. Place relearn magnet on LF sensor when horn sounds. 8. Proceed as in step 6 for the next 3 sensors in the following order RF RR and LR. 9. After training LR the horn will sound and message center will display TIRE TRAINING MODE COMPLETE if equipped.|