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Just put new aftermarket wheels and tires on including tpms.

After reading a few threads about folks having a hard time finding sensors that work, I bought a set off of amazon for $56 bucks and change for all 4.

They are the "AUTOKAY 4 PCS TMPS"

Had the wheels mounted and balanced with the new sensors at Firestone, and they synced up just fine.. so far.

Will update if anything changes.
 

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Just realized I posted in the wrong section. Mods feel free to move this to right section. Thanks!
 

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The only folks having difficulty are those with 2018 models. Basically anything from 2008 thru 2017 is interchangeable. For 2018 Subaru adopted a brand new system - different operating frequency and data transmission protocol. The service industry is struggling to catch up and release code to update older instruments.
 

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The only folks having difficulty are those with 2018 models. Basically anything from 2008 thru 2017 is interchangeable. For 2018 Subaru adopted a brand new system - different operating frequency and data transmission protocol. The service industry is struggling to catch up and release code to update older instruments.
Good to know Fibber2. I wasn't aware they changed that for 2018.

Still a great deal compared to the price the tire rack charges for the tpms.
 

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Ordered the same set for my 2017 Outback 3.6R. 2 of them worked while the other 2 didn't work. 1 returned 0 PSI and another was dead. I had to get replacements which was a bit of inconvenience but worked out well in the end.
 
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