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I'm getting ready to put on four new tires. My 2014 is just shy of 60,000 miles. Figure I should replace the sensors because I don't want to ruin $800 of tires. Total cost of 4 sensors is about $130.

Has anyone done this? Does the dealership need to be involved to program/calibrate the sensors?

I'm thinking of having my tires done at Costco.

Thanks in advance.
 

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That is really good thinking. The batteries in your TPMS only last 4 to 8 years (depending on how much you use them). Yes, you should replace the TPMS sensors in each tire. Can Costco (a good place to buy new tires) might be able to program the sensors. You will just have to ask them.
 

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Your mileage may vary (there is a mix of hot (100 F or so) and cold (single digit F) temperatures during the year in my neck of the woods).

I have ~90k miles on my 2010 that is still running the original TPMS sensors.
 
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