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Mini Cooper Tire Pressure Monitor System Tpms Set Of 4

Mini Cooper Tire Pressure Monitor System Tpms Set Of 4

Mini Cooper Tire Pressure Monitor System Tpms Set Of 4
A set of 4 sensor/transmitter with special valve stems that works with the new Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). These are the genuine Beru brand parts used by the MINI factory.

This TPMS kit is compatible with the following models:
2007-09/2009 R56 Cooper and Cooper S Hatchback
2008-09/2009 R55 Cooper and Cooper S CLUBMAN
2009-09/2009 R57 Cooper and Cooper S Convertible

If you choose to install aftermarket wheels on your 2007-09/2009 MINI Cooper and Cooper S, and your MINI has the new TPMS system, you will need to install these TPMS valves and sensors in your new wheel.

Your aftermarket wheels must be designed to properly accept direct TPMS sensors. Its a flat spot in the saftey hump, directly behind the valve stem hole. Check with your wheel supplier to confirm compatibility.

The TPMS system works with a pressure-sensor module within the valve stems of all four wheels that sends continuous radio-frequency signals to a receiver, and the system informs occupants when the pressure is low.

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