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TPMS fault and error code 800C

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Thanks Loren.  I dropped my engine earlier and I thought perhaps I yanked a TPMS circuit out of place...  


So I'm going to buy a set from Rock Auto at:


STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS, TPM2A,  Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Sensor,           $ 76.79 each x  4 = $ 307.16

STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS, TPM5,    Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Sensor Valve,  $   9.94 each x  4 = $   39.76


I'm assuming that the install is about $ 35/per wheel.


I hope it solves the problem but at least I can remove one most likely cause before I start tracing wires.

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Racerken - if there is a slim chance your car has a CPO still existing, you can have them replaced at no charge at the dealer. My 08 had an active CPO and that is what I did (the dealer replaced all 4). Also, if you haven't bought them yet, do a search on this site as I found them at about 1/2 the cost you are mentioning. I just don't remember the vendor that was selling them.

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