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are all 300c's equipped with TPMS? not sure if my car is equipped, I dont have any TPM sensors on my stock wheels. if not, what do I need to have TPMS. Thanks
 

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I am not sure about the 05's........ I thought it was in 06 they got added?
 

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Nope. TPM's first came out in 2006's so you're 05 doesn't have the system. Strange though cuz the 2005 Jeep GC had them.

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thanks for the clarification guys!! sucks tho
 

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sorry. wrong. i have a 2005 and it has tpms
That just CAN'T be. It wasn't an option till 2006. Here's the complete 2005 specs and TPM's aren't there.

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i changed the tires and the tpm's where there. as far as i know the ones that were changed out were the originals
 

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i changed the tires and the tpm's where there. as far as i know the ones that were changed out were the originals
OK, different story, but you still don't have the module or the EVIC display capability. You simply have the sending units that were on the wheels.

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Yep! I have to agree with Rambit's analysis here. The 2005 models don't have the EVIC option to read the TPMs. The original Conti's didn't come with the TPMs although I wish they did.

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you could be right. i have only had the car for a couple months and never did figure out exactly how the tpm's worked. wonder why the senders are there though?where is the module located exactly?
 

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Well this sucks.
I picked up a set of SRT rims over the winter and when I took the tires off so I can get them buffed and painted, I found they all have TPMS sensors in them.
The date on the sensors say 2005, my car is a Feb. 2005 C version.

I was hoping to use the TPMS if they were still any good. (how do you check?)

Now I find out my car can't even use them if they are good.
 

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thanks for the clarification guys!! sucks tho
Why does it suck? I am glad not to have them. It will simplify things if I get a second set of wheels for the winter. I have spent 40 years of my life driving cars without TPMs and did not feel deprived.
 

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I know the feeling,dam n blast tecnology,lol
 

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Yeah, I never could understand why the Jeep GC's had that in 2005, but we didn't get them. It could also be it was a law over in the UK/Europe, but I don't know for sure.

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