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New tires- New TPMS sensors?

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This must have been asked before, but couldn't find it.
What's best practice for replacing TPMS sensors when buying new tires?
They're working fine.
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In-the-wheel sensors have batteries that supposedly last 5 - 10 years.

Your call...if you need tires every 3 - 4 years I'd take a chance and leave 'em. If one gets 'tired', you could change them all. (Prices of sensors has come down quite a bit since the first fitments.)
 
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