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Wheel Sensor Compatibility

Discussion in '2007 - 2010 Explorer Sport Trac' started by Snap65, July 4, 2011.

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  1. Snap65

    Snap65 New Member

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    I got a buddy that wants to sell me his 2011 Ford Explorer 20 inch wheels and tires for a great price. The only problem I can think of is the wheel sensors. Would his wheel sensors be compatible with my 2007 XLT? Has anybody have some experience with this.

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    You mean tire pressure sensors correct? I would think they may need to be recalibrated if the 2011s run different pressure than we do, but still - if you got them for a really good deal, it shouldn't be too bad of an extra to get new sensors from the dealer. You could also just ask them - assuming you like your dealer.
     
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    Interesting..... So my sensors might work on that wheel. Just got to make sure to not use the valve sensors from the 2011 wheels.
     

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