Seems like less could go wrong if you order vehicle specific parts as I’ve never had good luck with most “universal” parts.I did not realize there was such as a thing of a universal TPMS sensor that can be used on all cars and is programmed by input of the VIN number. My Installer said he keeps only these in stock.
It doesn’t make me feel better about them besides that fact that you’re gonna be driving the car and not me. I put some Chinese tires on my econobox beater and never take it out of town. No way I’d trust them on my Shelby.To make people feel better about these cheap Achilles 245 45 19 tires, both Amazon and Walmart has sold out of the $75 versions and now they are about $125 each for the places that still have them.
Hope they work out for you. I just know I wouldn’t be trusting my 75+ mph speed limits on cheap tires (they may be decent quality).Achilles tires are not Chinese and it's true, I never take the Mustang out of town. At 2000 or so miles a year, it's kind of a garage queen. Although it never sits more then 15 days or so as I do drive it all year around. When it does sit, it sits in a heated and air conditioned garage. I know what happens when you let a car sit.
Luckily the newer cars show the tire pressuresAll TPMS does is make little old ladies and soccer moms shit their pants when the light comes on. They freak out and it's got to be fixed NOW!!!!
The system really aught to just say "Check your tire pressures" instead of an exclamation point that implies major problems.