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I replaced the rubber valve caps with chrome. The chrome caps are stuck on the valve stem. I broke the valve stem trying to remove the chrome cap. What type of tire sensors do I need?

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You can get a replacement sensor at the chrysler dealership but it will need to be programmed

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