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I have a 2007 grand cherokee larado, how do I tell if there is the tire pressure monitor is installed?

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Look at the valve stems. If they are held in with a nut, they are sensors, in MOST cases. Also when you turn the ign key on, the tire light MAY light for a few seconds as a bulb check.

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If you still have all papers that came with vehicle when purchase from dealer it will describe what vehicle has, also, do you see on wheels where air valve a metal nut, this will tell you, regular rubber valves mean no tire pressure monitor, let me know if this help you, some other options

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