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1st there is no TPMS sensor - the anti-lock brake sensor detects the wheel spin difference on the wheel set (front set, rear set) and if the rotation is not the same it sets the TPMS light.

You have to replace both tires in a set to keep the TPMS computer algorithm happy - the owners manual says so. New tires wear faster than old tires. Tire truing ( where the scrape off the difference in size ) is one option but I dislike that.

Rotation the tires front to rear and rear to front sometimes makes the TPMS less sensitive - it can make it worse.

It sounds like one of your tires is not balanced properly causing the vibration and possibly the false TPMS.
 
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