Question about 2007 Chrysler 300c AWD Sedan New Cars
Before attempting to replace a Chrysler TPMS we advise the use of one our Bartec Wheelrite tools to establish the need for replacement and the nature of the fault. This may support a warranty claim but will also ensure that the dealer or tire shop is covered for liability claims. The legal position is that as soon as the dealer breaks down the wheel then he becomes liable and cannot allow the car to be driven away from his shop with the TPMS warning light still on. These can be replaced however you will need to go to a reputable tire shop or the dealer so that the new TPMS can be reprogrammed into the computer system. Any nationally recognized tire shop like Goodyear, Bridgestone ETC. should be able to assist you.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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