Valve stem

Discussion in 'Off-Road' started by John dev, May 5, 2019.

  1. John dev

    John dev Well-Known Member

    Sup guys
    I just ordered set of rims and tires
    But it doesnt come with the sensored valve like what i have on my Toyota

    Can i use regular valve stem
    Or i need to use toyota sensor valve stem

    The guy i ordered it from suggested i removed the valve stem on the original tires and put it on the new wheels
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  3. VBTacoma

    VBTacoma Well-Known Member

    You should have the original valve stems switched over to your new rims. If not, your tire pressure light will remain on. It’s a cheap switch at Discount Tire.
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    John dev

    John dev Well-Known Member

    Are those things expensive?
    I wanna be able to use my stock tires at any given time also
  5. VBTacoma

    VBTacoma Well-Known Member

    I had new tires put on my wife’s Sequoia and it needed new stems. They charged $20 each stem.
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    John dev

    John dev Well-Known Member

    You bought the stem at the dealership?
  7. VBTacoma

    VBTacoma Well-Known Member

    No, I got the stems at Discount Tire. The old stems had died, so I bought new stems when I got new tires. They were cheap and programmed to the truck for $20 each.
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    John dev

    John dev Well-Known Member

    I need to get the same valve stem as the stock one so their both the same no need to program i guess

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