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Siemen's is a quality product with a good history in the X150 Chazaroo.
 
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Chaz:

Siemens is the OEM Manufacturer of the Jaguar TPMS. They are an exact fit.
 
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Not sure what's in mine now but they were replaced last May when I got a new set of tires. Right now, the tire pressure is correct. And I'm getting the roving tire pressure warning fr left, fr right, rear left, etc.Then it stops and the warning indicator goes away. a few minutes later, it starts all over again.
 
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Default Receiver issue ???

I recall reading old threads about modules having software updates to try to fix the problem. I also remember someone saying that if the receiver is acting up the placement of your cell phone could cause interference of the signal. In my 2009 all the sensors were replaced, didnít help at all. I finally shut the system off. My 2010 has started to occasionally show low pressure (I imagine the sensors are near the end of their life).
ill be getting new tires/sensors soon. Iíve even read where members changed every part in the system & it still acts up. I think itís a design flaw & if youíre trouble free your fortunate. If youíre having issues Then itís keep your fingers crossed & hope a parts swap helps.
 
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Old 02-03-2019, 12:19 PM
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End the frustration. Replace the TPMS. Your Jaguar XK/XKR is a 2007 and probably produced in 2006. Look at the door panel, it will provide a date of manufacturer. The TPMS has built-in non-replaceable batteries that last 7-9 years.

The life of your sensors are nearing their end of battery life.

Once a TPMS goes bad, the battery is not replaceable and the entire sensor needs to be replaced.

The cost to replace all 4 is about $200. The Jag XK/XKR will read the new TPMS and automatically reset after 5 to 10 minutes of driving.

I went thru the same problem on my 2009 XKR and after many frustrating months of warnings, replacing the 4 sensors fixed the problem immediately.

You will spend more time trying to diagnose the problem with lots of frustration in between. Your car is a 2007, probably built in 2006. (Look at the door panel for date of build).

Bite the bullet -----REPLACE all sensors. Buy the good ones ---SIEMENS.
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Exactly right. And it seems many of you are more patient than I. And I can't stand driving a car wth overinflated tires... which is the reason I travel with a tire gauge; it seems all H....z cars are consistently overinflated to 45+ lbs. lol.
 
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Chaz:

Siemens is the OEM Manufacturer of the Jaguar TPMS. They are an exact fit.
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This is the receiver in my 2010 XK. It sits behind the center portion of the rear seat. You can see the Siemens VDO label. I wanted to verify that my sensors were 315MHZ before ordering new ones. I’ve also been having the frequent low tire pressure warnings lighting up my instrument panel for the past few years. Getting ready to mount new tires so I figure it’s worth a shot to try to fix it with new sensors.
 
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The TPMS are 315MHZ. Correct.
 
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The TPMS are 315MHZ. Correct.
Correct 315
 
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Correct 315
Yep. I found it on the receiver label before I ordered new ones.
 
 
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