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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-17-2015, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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I don't have a TPMS system in my car and was thinking of getting one. I was wondering if anyone has used a TPMS system they got online somewhere to install in their car, if so who did you use?




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Is it for your Cobalt? I thought that was standard across all years.

I'd probably look at Amazon for the parts, and pretty much any local shop should be able to install it. It'd probably cost just a little more than getting your tires rotated/balanced.


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Mine doesn't have tpms and I'm happy about that haha, not sure what modules you would possibly need to install or whatever but it would most likely need to be turned on with a tech 2 before it would ever work anyways

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It just has to be enable in the BCM. I just disabled 3 Cobalts for people who didn't want to put sensors in their winter rims. I charge $20, seems reasonable to me $5 a wheel lol

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mine is not stock with TPMS, but since this last deal with losing air, I kind of want a system so I can watch it better.




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Until one goes out. I wish I didn't have it. Its a pain. Coby, how bad is it to disable?? I check my tires normally anyway and don't want to have to add them to my new summer wheels.

But, I have a friend with a 07 and his does not have it and my 08 does.

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Huh, I had no idea it wasn't standard. Mine has never had a problem in 5 years, so I guess I've been lucky.


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Huh, I had no idea it wasn't standard. Mine has never had a problem in 5 years, so I guess I've been lucky.
I know car companies started putting them in about 2006, the 206-2007 models were a hit and miss, I think 2008+ was standard




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My 08 doesn't have it

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hmm, thought it was 08. guess I was wrong




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