TPMS compatability

Discussion in 'Challenger Wheels, Tires and Brakes Forum' started by JonF305, Dec 6, 2021.

  1. JonF305

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    Hi. New to Challenger. New member, long time lurker.

    Last summer I picked up a 2011 R/T 6 speed. I was always a Mustang guy but also liked the
    60's early 70's Mopars as well and the Challenger when Dodge brought it back out. I wanted more room and comfort this time around so I bought the R/T and I love it.

    I recently picked up a set of 2019 Scat Pack rims and tires. I'm curious if the TPMS sensors from 2019 will talk to my 2011 car. I have not yet put the tires and rims on because my current tires have a few thousand miles left on them.
     
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    I would think not. My wife had a 2018 charger and her Tpms sensors were different than mine when I did a wheel swap on hers.


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    That sounds like great news. I did try to cross reference them but there were so many OEM numbers it was mind boggling. I did notice they are all 433MHz.

    Thanks guys.
     
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    That’s weird. My 2009 challenger has valve stems that are aluminum and my wife’s 2018 charger had ones that were rubber.


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