ACDelco 20925924 GM Original Equipment Green Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Sensor

March 2, 2017 - Comment
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ACDelco GM Original Equipment Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors (TPMS) are battery powered sensors located in the tire that monitor the vehicle’s tire pressure, and warn the driver when pressure falls more than 25% below the manufacturer’s recommendations (normally through a slow pressure loss). The sensor is connected with the valve stem, and by way of Radio Frequency (RF) technology, sends pressure updates to the vehicle’s on-board computer. Tire pressure is displayed on the vehicle’s Driver Information Center (DIC), or when low, a warning lamp might be illuminated to warn the driver. The U.S. Federal Regulations require that new cars and light trucks be equipped with TPMS starting in 2008. These original equipment tire pressure monitoring sensors have been manufactured to fit your GM vehicle, providing the same performance, durability, and service life you expect from General Motors.

Product Features

  • Battery is made to last up to 10 years of normal use
  • Designed to communicate perfectly with your GM vehicle’s TPMS Module
  • Enhance safety of your vehicle
  • GM-recommended replacement part for your GM vehicle’s original factory component
  • Offering the quality, reliability, and durability of GM OE


Gerald S. says:

BUY OEM!!! This worked great the first time and is still going. DO NOT BUY DORMAN!!!! I originally purchased 4 DORMAN pressure indicators because of the cheaper price and they came with a 10 year warranty from the seller. 2 of the DORMAN indicators worked for about 3 weeks and the other 2 worked about 3 months. Instead of paying to have the cheaper indicators installed and then paying to uninstall them, just buy the original equipment the first time.

Jeff in Virginia says:

Excellent performance/high end TPMS sensor. This is a very nice GM TPMS sensor. These have a nice metal stem and aluminum valve cap. They are supposed to be for high performance vehicles, but I used them on a 2011 GMC Acadia. I programmed them myself using the key fob method, they programmed first time, no problem.Don’t forget to get the nuts which are sold separately.

B. Albright says:

They work, save some trouble and get the OEM brand like these Had to replace a slightly cheaper set of off-brand sensors that I put on a new set of summer wheels/tires, after the batteries died within a year. I learned my lesson, the $30 or so that I saved was lost by having to pay for the sensors again, and worse yet, to have to have the tires pulled from the rim to re-install and then remount and balance. Save yourself some trouble and just get the OEM like these. The other benefit is that if you have stock rims that you add them too, and happen to…

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