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    I need to replace one of my TPMS sensors on my 2012 Sahara.
    Agents quote R2428 each
    Found these on Amazon for under 30 Dollars landed in SA.
    Are they the correct frequency Click image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: Tpms

    Or how about this oneClick image for larger version. 

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    Default Re: Tpms

    I see conflicting info on the net on 2012's frequency.
    Ask the dealer to run your VIN, this will tell you which part # and frequency to get. Then buy online given that info?
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    Default Re: Tpms

    The part number is JM11CD
    if that helps
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    Default Re: Tpms

    Hi Dennis

    I see rockauto has the mopar part numbered as MOPAR68406530AA{#56029479AB, 56053036AA

    Found it here, but they also list different frequencies, so ja I would say some good advice from Alwyn!
    https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/jeep,2012,wrangler,3.6l+v6,1503367,wheel,tire+pres sure+monitoring+system+(tpms)+sensor,12036


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    Default Re: Tpms

    Before you replace it, try deflating the offending tyre to about 1 bar, and then re inflating.

    Also, if the vehicle has been standing, I find that you sometimes need a good run, and then the sensors work again.

    Not sure how or why, but this has worked a few times now over the years for me, still on original 2007 sensors.
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    Thanks I will try that.
    I was travelling at the time the warning sounded. Isolated the offending wheel and swopped it with the spare.
    The light then went out and all was well.
    So I will put the spare back on and try that
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    Ok I tried that.
    Let the offending tire down to 1 bar then rode around for a few kms then pumped it up to 2.5 bars.
    No go
    Repeated a few times, no go, light still on.
    Today a swopped the 2 back wheels around. Maybe running in the opposite direction will help.
    Dennis

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    If I put the spare on the light goes out after about 2km.
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