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Few weeks ago the tire pressure light came on with the error message - "Tire Pressure Sensor Fault". I purchased the training tool and tried to train the sensors. 3 sensors will get trained and I will hear the honk for successful training - the last tire (Driver Rear) will not honk - and after some time i will hear 2 honks and the display reads something like "Training not complete, re-train".
Do I need new sensor? If yes, should I replace all 4?
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I think the band type sensor was OE from 2007-2009.
2007 Mustang GT Coupe Premium
High Performance White/Dark Charcoal Leather
Rear Spoiler Delete
Interior Sport Appearance Package
MGW EJECT Power Point Plug
"You can't rely on what's written on a piece of paper."--Ford Motor Company regional customer service representative regarding my car's production date as it appears on the Ford dealer's service invoices.
Do I need to buy band again - or should I get the valve stem sensor. Seems like Valve Stem sensors are easier to deal with (and are a bit cheaper). If I can do either (and still have my trainer tool work with them) - is there any advantage of one over the other?
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