How much does it cost to fix a tire pressure sensor?

One of my tire sensors in my Lexus isn’t working. I’ve come to depend on the low pressure light to alert me to problems with my tires. How much does it cost to fix a tire pressure sensor?

Find out if you’re getting ripped off on your car insurance in less than two minutes.
No spam · No long forms · No fees
Find savings (100% Free)
rating white
3.5k Ratings
Answer provided by
Rachel Rigolino
Answered on Feb 01, 2022
Tire sensors are a valuable diagnostic tool—so valuable that all car models have been required to have them since 2007! Luckily, it typically costs between $80-$140 to fix a tire pressure sensor, depending on your car model.
If your car’s still under warranty, the cost of replacing a sensor may be covered. Check with your dealership if you believe this is the case for you.
Here’s how tire pressure sensors work:
  • The sensors monitor the pressure in the cars’ tires and then send a signal to your car’s computer. Do check your tire pressure if the light comes on. It may mean you have a leak or even that you’ve overinflated your tires.
  • Properly inflated tires not only make driving safer, but they also result in better gas mileage.
Want to free up some extra cash to make paying for car repairs easier? Just use Jerry to find a lower car insurance rate—without compromising on coverage.
If you have any questions during your insurance shopping process, Jerry’s friendly and knowledgeable agents are just a text or phone call away.

Here to save on car and home insurance? Great, you do that. We’ll do everything else.

Sign up in under a minute.
No need to fill out forms or shop around. Sign up in 45 seconds to start saving. Jerry does the rest.
Jerry collects and analyzes your current coverage.
Say hello to Jerry, your new insurance agent. We’ll contact your insurance company, review your current plan, then find the coverage that fits your needs and saves you money.
Get the best options before your renewal.
Jerry does all the picky, busy work by comparing prices and coverage from more than 50+ insurance companies. We compare what we find to your current policy and offer you the three best options before every renewal.

Easiest way to compare and buy car insurance

No long forms
No spam or unwanted phone calls
Quotes from top insurance companies
Find insurance savings — it's 100% free