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Do any of you have a sensor issue for your TPMS system. I've gone through 2 sensors on my rear right tire in less than a year. Any input would help.
 

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Before you blame the sensor for going bad, swap the right rear wheel with one of your others wheels. Then see if the problem moves.

A friend of mine had whatever reads the tires pressure on one of his rear wheels go bad on a Chrysler 300. He swapped wheels, and the problem stayed in the same place.
 

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Unless it has changed, the TPMS receiver is located in RR wheel well area. If you a have any aftermarket electronics, cell phone chargers, USB chargers, Trinity or other OBDII device, temporarily disconnect them. They can interfere with the TPMS and other wireless functions.
 
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