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VDO TPMS (newer version) tech details

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by David.85D, Feb 11, 2017.

  1. David.85D

    David.85D Member

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    Got my hands on a VDO TPMS in its original package and thought I would post the instructions and details.

    Box says:
    VDO SE52068
    TPMS TG1C Sensor Assy 433 MHz

    The valve stem tightening torque is 0.3 N-m or 2.7 in-lbs
    The outer cap/nut tightening torque is 8 N-m or 71 in-lbs

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  2. Haxster

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    Thanks for the post!

    Maybe I should buy spares now before Trump's 20% tax on imports from Mexico kicks in.:(
     
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  3. tvcraig

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  4. Looking-for-S

    Looking-for-S Member

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    StockwiseAuto has it around $49. RockAuto has them Around $50.

    Haven't checked the recent dealer price.

    Just google search "VDO SE52068"
     
  5. f-stop

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    I just bought a set of TPMS sensors from the local Service Centre, Cdn$71 each (so about U$53/ea), though mine didn't come with the instruction sheet - so thanks for posting those.
    Main difference: in the scratched out area near the "Made in Mexico" on the ones pictured above, mine still has the Tesla logo and part number (1034602-00-B)
     

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