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I've figured that out for myself The genuine Ford sensors will not last longer.
I bet whoever wrote that warning would do exactly as you would.
I didn't say there would be trouble IMO it's just easier to get a new sensor with a new serial number, and reinitialize the system the normal way, which isn't that difficult with this Ford With cloneable sensors, you'd need a way to copy the original sensor's serial number over to the blank sensor Our shop, for example, isn't set up for that.
We primarily work on GM, Ford, with a few Toyotas and Hondas thrown in, and that's only in regards for vehicles that actually have tpms.
I went to my local Wal Mart this morning to pick out a set of tires for my 2008 Ford F-150. If anybody tells you it's difficult, they lack the knowledge, or the proper equipment to do so These guys are making an excellent point...... Here is what I see on their website: v6,1441659,wheel/tire,tire pressure monitoring system (tpms) sensor,12036 I note that my wheels have a band inside that is supposed to hold the sensors.
In fact, it's very easy to reinitialize the tpms on your truck, after replacing sensors.