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Just curious. What is life of our OEM TPMS sensor battery? I have a 2014 Citadel and need tires in a few. Would like to kill two birds with one stone and change them out as well if 5 years is the limit. Thanks!
 

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Typically 5 - 10 years, largely dependent on mileage as they 'wake up' and broadcast periodically.
More miles = more broadcasting. Could be less if the motion sensors in the unit are not working correctly.

Not sure you can actually change the battery or if you have to buy a whole sensor, I believe they are sealed.
 

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TPMS are sealed with battery integrated. Have to buy new sensors.

And best time to change is at tire swap. They have to break the tire bead to get access to the TPMS. So if you're getting new tires that's the perfect time to have them install TPMS.
 

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The GC was brought Dec. of 06, and last Monday I replaced the tires, rims, and factory sensors. Almost 13 yrs.
 
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