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Old 01-30-2013, 12:10 PM
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Default TPS sensors

Where is the best place to buy them and will they fit 2005 2500 alloy wheels
I am tring to get another set of wheels for my 2012 2500
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Im guessing you mean TPM sensors (Tire Pressure Monitoring) because TPS is Throttle Position Sensor! For a 2012 Im betting the dealer is the only place to get them. You can try at your local Auto Parts stores as some are carrying them, but a lot of things have changed for the 2012 year model. I know NAPA and Carquest carry a variety of these sensors around here, but a lot of stores are capable of getting them. Just again, not too sure about the 2012 model.
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Call around to your tire shops like Discount tire or online like Amazon or Tire rack... You can get them on ebay, as well, but make sure you get the right ones...

Oh, one other thing, if you're planning in installing them yourself, make sure you get a valve tool for TPMS.. They're like a mini valve stem torque wrench and they're fairly cheap..
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