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      11-12-2011, 02:00 PM   #1
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I need the newer version of TPMS, I can trade you my older version for the older models (09 and below)

need model RDE-012 thanks!

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I need the newer version of TPMS, I can trade you my older version for the older models (09 and below)

need model RDE-012 thanks!
There are various models that will work, so limiting yourself to RDE-012 may be doing a disservice. It's probably best to shop using the bmw part number that you need.

I have part number 36106790054, which is actually model RE4D for what I have. If you check the compatibility on realoem, you will see that this is the part number you need. Any E92 after 9/09 build is compatible with this part.

http://realoem.com/bmw/partxref.do?p...0054&showus=on

So, I have a full set of what you need.

Basically I got stuck with these sensors in wheels I bought from a 2010 335i, but I have a 2008 so I had to swap the sensors with my old wheels.

So, I just got back from the dealer and yes I do have a free set now in hand to get rid of.

But, I need to decide if I am to take you up on this trade or to sell them. Let me think this over for a day and see what I want to do for a winter set. If I am going to reuse my old wheels then I could use your set. If I am to sell my old wheels and get a 17" winter wheel/tire set from tire rack then I will just order something already mounted and balanced with tpms included from them.
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I have some for sale. They are 433 Mhz. Let me know if you're interested.

http://www.bimmerpost.com/forums/showthread.php?t=609940
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http://realoem.com/bmw/partxref.do?p...0054&showus=on

So, I have a full set of what you need.



how do I know, using this website, which model year it is? it just says e92 and e92n

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There are various models that will work, so limiting yourself to RDE-012 may be doing a disservice. It's probably best to shop using the bmw part number that you need.

I have part number 36106790054, which is actually model RE4D for what I have. If you check the compatibility on realoem, you will see that this is the part number you need. Any E92 after 9/09 build is compatible with this part.

http://realoem.com/bmw/partxref.do?p...0054&showus=on

So, I have a full set of what you need.

Basically I got stuck with these sensors in wheels I bought from a 2010 335i, but I have a 2008 so I had to swap the sensors with my old wheels.

So, I just got back from the dealer and yes I do have a free set now in hand to get rid of.

But, I need to decide if I am to take you up on this trade or to sell them. Let me think this over for a day and see what I want to do for a winter set. If I am going to reuse my old wheels then I could use your set. If I am to sell my old wheels and get a 17" winter wheel/tire set from tire rack then I will just order something already mounted and balanced with tpms included from them.
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http://realoem.com/bmw/partxref.do?p...0054&showus=on

So, I have a full set of what you need.



how do I know, using this website, which model year it is? it just says e92 and e92n
You have to keep clicking through. First selection E92, then select the specific model, I believe you have E92 335i. Then, you see the detail screen where it says the part number and start year to end year that this part works for. And the part you need is #4, the 433 MHz Wheel Electronics Module.

I believe your particular page of interest is:

http://realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?...=36&fg=15&hl=6

There is shows that the part works for models from production 9/09. There is no end year as it is still a valid part number for you.
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Okay its these

http://realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?...=36&fg=15&hl=6

are these the ones you have? check your messages





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You have to keep clicking through. First selection E92, then select the specific model, I believe you have E92 335i. Then, you see the detail screen where it says the part number and start year to end year that this part works for. And the part you need is #4, the 433 MHz Wheel Electronics Module.

I believe your particular page of interest is:

http://realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?...=36&fg=15&hl=6

There is shows that the part works for models from production 9/09. There is no end year as it is still a valid part number for you.
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Okay its these

http://realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?...=36&fg=15&hl=6

are these the ones you have? check your messages
Yes, that is what I have... checking/replying now
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Okay its these

http://realoem.com/bmw/showparts.do?...=36&fg=15&hl=6

are these the ones you have? check your messages


This is what I have!
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its rde008 for 09/09 and before build date, rde012 from 10/09 and after
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