Cadillac Escalade / Escalade ESV / Escalade EXT 2005, TPMS Sensor Generation II by Oro-Tek™, 1 Item. 315MHz. This is an aftermarket part that replaces factory OE # 15114379, 15122618. Oro-Tek have thoroughly validated all vehicle applications. Oro-Tek sensors have the same fit and function as OE sensors. In addition, Oro-Tek offers a considerable cost savings when compared to OE and aftermarket sensors. To re-learn Oro-Tek sensors to your car’s ECU, simply use the same re-learn procedures and tools as the OE sensors.
- New, smaller body design for easy installation with reduced weight up to 40%
- Support for snap-in, rubber valve stems
- Improved electronics for faster relearn
- Compatible with Wireless Auto Location systems
- Meets or exceeds the highest quality standards
- Backed by a one year warranty
Generation II ORO-TEK Sensors is a premium line of OE sensor replacements hitting the sweet spot in terms of quality, design and innovation. Offering iORO Multi Vehicle Protocol, the three sensors cover 90% of all vehicles on the road today, as well as traditional, single protocol models. Designed with meticulous attention to the smallest detail, these superior iORO sensors provide the same fit and function as OE sensors but at a much more attractive price. They feature a smaller body design which makes installation a snap and a 40% reduction in total sensor weight. In addition to this, these reliable sensors offer supreme support for snap-in rubber valve stems and improved electronics for faster relearn. ORO-TEK’s Generation II Sensor line is the first aftermarket OEM replacement which is designed by non-OE manufacturer incorporating the latest sensor technology. These sensors offer compatibility with Wireless Auto Location systems. At the leading edge of TPMS technology, the WAL systems allow for replacement sensors to be learned automatically by controlling the TPMS from a single, central antenna in the vehicle.
ORO-TEK has been in the tire-pressure monitoring business since the very beginning in 2006, when the NHTSA first required TPMS systems be installed on new vehicles. The California-based company estimates that over ten million TPMS sensor will need to be replaced annually, as more new cars with sensors hit the road. OROTEK is heavily involved in efforts to educate tire and wheel technicians about specifics on installing and maintaining TPMS systems in the aftermarket industry, but in educating the public about TPMS systems, and the federal guidelines governing their installation.