TPMS Service Kit - Hyundai Sante Fe

97353

Overview

Hyundai Sante Fe, STEELMAN Select Sensor Rubber Snap-in valve stem TPMS Service Kit (97353) by STEELMAN. Rubber valve stem kit to properly service the STEELMAN Select Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) sensor. Material: Rubber, Plastic, Brass. Includes: Valve Stem, valve core, valve cap with seal, 7MM lock nut. Keep all the components necessary for servicing Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) readily available with STEELMAN’s Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Service Repair Kits. Each kit is individually bagged and includes valve stem with properly fitting sealing cap, valve core and T-10 Torx screw. The Tire Industry Association (TIA), Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) and most Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) recommend replacing the valve stem components on the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) equipped vehicles every time a tire is dismounted. Keep the TPMS Service Kits in stock so service technicians don't have to worry about tying up a service bay while waiting on service items, stock the parts you need today from STEELMAN.

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Application Guide

MakeModelYearFrequencyOE ManufacturerSteelman OE Replacement Service KitCross Reference
HyundaiSanta Fe2010-2012315 MHzLear97353VS1010
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Details

The OEM requires that the valve stem components are replaced every time the tire is serviced on vehicles with TPMS.

Clamp-in Kit ComponentReplacement reasonResult
Grommet/SealCrack, deteriorate and leak over timeLeak path at valve stem
Hex NutPlating worn off, threads corrodeLeak path at valve stem
Valve CoreNickel plating strips leading to galvanic corrosion and seized valve coresLeak at valve core, potential broken valve stem
Valve cap with sealValve cap seal wearAllows moisture into core
Metal Washer (some applications)Washer conforms to rim during installationLeak path at valve
Snap-in Kit ComponentReplacement ReasonResult
Rubber TPMS snap-in valveCrack, deteriorate and leak over timeLeak path at valve stem