Conti Offers Replacement TPMS Sensors for Ford, Mazda - Tire Review Magazine

Conti Offers Replacement TPMS Sensors for Ford, Mazda

Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket now offers VDO Valveless TPMS sensors and wheel bands for both Ford and Mazda low pressure and Ford truck high pressure applications.

The VDO wheel bands and VDO sensor and wheel band packages are identical to the OE dealer part in fit, form and performance, and are exclusively available for aftermarket service from Continental, the company said.

The low pressure valveless TPMS sensor offers coverage for model years 2006 and up Ford and Mazda vehicles. This sensor consolidates three OE part numbers. The company’s high pressure valveless sensor is available for Ford truck applications covering model years 2008 and up. In addition to the valveless sensors, Continental also provides VDO wheel bands, which are designed to be used on both the low and high pressure sensor applications.

Continental said it is the only aftermarket supplier able to offer these OE-identical wheel bands and sensor and wheel band packages, which up to now have only been available from the OE dealer. (Tire Review/Akron)

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