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Product description

With more than 65 million vehicles equipped with Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) on U.S. roads, and nearly 15 million more entering the U.S. market each year, the demand for the right TPMS partner is at an all-time high. Sensors with expiring batteries or with mechanical or electronic problems all require replacement to ensure driver safety. Schrader offers direct-fit TPMS sensors that are 1-for-1 replacements for the sensors installed on the vehicle at the assembly line. Schrader has integrated over 190 million direct-fit sensors on global vehicle platforms since launching TPMS on the first production vehicles in 1997 (Chevrolet® C5 Corvette and Plymouth Prowler platforms). In addition to direct-fit replacement sensors, Schrader also offers the programmable EZ-sensorTM as a sensor replacement option. This particular Schrader sensor (#28081) is applicated to fit BMW vehicle types. For complete application coverage, please visit www.SchraderInternational.com.

Schrader 28081 TPMS Sensor for BMW

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