Entourage TPMS

Discussion in 'Hyundai Entourage' started by Indrek Aavisto, Sep 28, 2009.

  1. The tip of a valve stem broke off while I was checking the tyre pressure on
    my Entourage.

    The local dealer quote $165(Canadian) for a new TPMS sensor assembly plus
    $50 to reprogramme the system. This seems way out of line to me. Has anyone
    else needed to replace a TPMS sensor, and what did it cost?


    Indrek Aavisto
    Indrek Aavisto, Sep 28, 2009
  2. Ebay???

    Steve Richards, Oct 2, 2009
  3. SR> Ebay???

    SR> Steve

    The local garage installed a new valve stem for $35. Of course the TPMS
    light stays on, but at least I know the valve stem is OK. I'll just have to
    check tyre pressures the old fashioned way.


    Indrek Aavisto
    Indrek Aavisto, Oct 2, 2009
  4. Indrek Aavisto

    John Doe Guest

    Sadly that sounds about right. I asked when I purchased my Azera
    with TPMS and the service manager said if they need to be replaced
    they are about $400 each tire (parts and labor US cost) so I'd say he
    was right on the money.
    John Doe, Oct 3, 2009
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