Aston Martin TPMS Sensors
Aston Martin make some of the most coveted and beautiful cars in the world, like the stunning Aston Martin Vantage and the iconic DB9. If you are the delighted owner of an Aston Martin, no matter what the model or age, CARiD has everything you need when it comes to replacement parts to keep it in perfect condition. Check out our great ORO-TEK Aston Martin TPMS sensors, which are needed from time to time as the batteries on the original TPMS sensors fail. It is recommended that you get new TPMS sensors for your Aston Martin every five years, or sooner if one stops working.
At CARiD, we offer these excellent quality ORO-TEK TPMS sensors at the best prices available online, and have sensors to suit a whole range of beautiful Aston Martin cars. Whether you drive the DBS, the Vantage or the DB9, we have the new TPMS sensors you need here for much better prices than you will get buying them from your usual Aston Martin dealership. Check out what we have in store for your model and year of Aston Martin car and place your order, either here on our site or by calling us now!
- Oro-Tek™ TPMS SensorTPMS Sensor by Oro-Tek™, 1 Item. iORO TPMS sensors from Oro-Tek are a drop-in replacement for the OEM sensors. The two-piece sensor/stem design allows for easy maintenance as the stem can be replaced independently of the...$49.50
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- Omega R&D® Excalibur Tire Pressure Monitoring SystemOmega Excalibur Tire Pressure Monitoring System by Omega R&D®. Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) is an essential safety feature on many modern cars. Get TPM System for your custom wheels and stay safe.DIY Tire Pressure Monitoring SystemDisplays in PSI units$161.42
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