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      11-02-2011, 04:35 PM   #1
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tpms question

i have 2 bmw oem tpms and 2 oro-tek tpms i'm having them installed tomorrow.

1 i have different brands will they work together?

2 and if they do is there anything i need to do to make them work with my car?

i have an 07 335 both state they work with my year going on M6 reps

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I would toss the Oro-teks, they have a high failure rate and last 1/3 the life of the OE sensors. They also cannot be scanned the same by the dealer for diagnosis.
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