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Did anyone else order extra TPMS sensors for your spare tire(s) to go with this kit and know the proper part #? I need one for my spare, but want to make sure it's compatible.

I had the part number from one of the sensors that came with it and ordered an extra through a local Ford dealer, but the parts dept flaked-out and now my 4 included sensors are inside the tires.
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Did anyone else order extra TPMS sensors for your spare tire(s) to go with this kit and know the proper part #? I need one for my spare, but want to make sure it's compatible.

I had the part number from one of the sensors that came with it and ordered an extra through a local Ford dealer, but the parts dept flaked-out and now my 4 included sensors are inside the tires.
Alright, apparently I had taken a photo at the time. This is the actual TPMS sensor that came with the kit. Despite the "engineering numbers" on the part, Greg at Fairway Ford parts says the part # you need is " HC3Z-1A189-D ".

Ford F-150 Any update on a Trailer TPMS system? 2023-11-18 14_05_55
 

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Did anyone else order extra TPMS sensors for your spare tire(s) to go with this kit and know the proper part #? I need one for my spare, but want to make sure it's compatible.
Maybe you only want the TPMS in the spare in case it's put to use (?).

I'd be interested to know if you can get accurate readings for a non-rotating spare while 'stored' on the trailer.

Methinks the sensor needs rotation to 'wake' from battery-saver mode and refresh data; it may hold / report an 'old' reading indefinitely, not reflecting long-term air loss when stored.

Please keep us posted on how that works out.
 

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ok I got a 22 tremor with all the goodies and wasn't able to use the trailer tpms, so I figured update all the software. Tried to get the stealer ship to do it but they keep saying bs. so, I got FDRS software and updated all my shit. previously I would select trailer tire info and get reboot screen. after updating all software I get trailer screen to set it up now. hopefully it works and keeps my presets working will try on weekend. I'm guessing it says this because trailer not connected
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First post but I've been following this thread for a while. My max tow 2022 came without the populated rear harness and I replaced it with the correct one thanks to this thread so thanks to everyone that contributed. I wired in the camera/tpms/yaw setup into my car hauler and after some struggles I have the TPMS working on the dash which was not present before. I also have the camera staying on (just the tailgate one, my truck was not optioned with the 360 cameras) and I got the AUX camera to activate on the screen (blue screen only) but I can't seem to get the video to come through. I was wondering if someone could confirm a few FORscan lines on a similar truck. I'm curious about 706-02-01 and 706-02-02 mainly. The only setting I think I haven't explored is 706-01-01 xxxx xxxx _xxx which can be configured to enable VideoOverEther. Can anyone that has a working aux camera confirm their values in FORscan so I can button this debacle up lol ?
 

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Can anyone that has a working aux camera confirm their values in FORscan so I can button this debacle up lol ?
See my signature block below for the description of my truck which has OE 360-degree cam package and required no FORScan mods to use the trailer-mounted aux cam and TPMS (I did have to add the fully populated harness).

FYI / FWIW:

706-01-018A58A0158E34
706-01-02000000000010
706-02-01736BFFCC41FA
706-02-02E05FCE00001E

Hope that helps, remember to always backup before making changes, Good Luck!
 

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Thanks for posting that. Unfortunately these settings were way off for my truck and caused a bunch of very odd issues. I put it back to where I had it. Still no rear camera function but the tpms is cool. I'll keep fussing with it and maybe I'll stumble across a solution.
 

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Received camera, tpms, yaw kit today from Fairway Ford. My truck was prewired for the camera/tpms/yaw sensors so no problem finding the plug attached to a dummy receptacle in the bumper area behind the 7 pin. I replaced the existing 7 /4 pin bumper receptacle with the new 7 pin / camera, tpms, yaw receptacle. It took about 15 min to complete. Now comes the hard part. I need to schedule a time with Discount Tire to rotate and install valve stems on the trailer. After that install the camera and tpms module. Looks like I will need to order a yaw sensor off of EBAY. There seems to be a plentiful supply of yaw kits at $125 -$140. I have a sticker on my trailer but some extreme angles are problematic. Trailer is a 25FBT Airstream and Truck is 2023 F 150-PB-Lariat,

Today installation is complete with tpms programed and yaw sensor calibrated. Camera is mounted above license plate light and below rear window. The Camera gives a good view of the road behind.
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How did you run the camera wire on your airstream? We have 2019 GT 27’ and currently use a wireless voyager system.

Are you able to have the trailer cam up in addition to say the Nav screen when driving or does it take over the entire screen?

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Are you able to have the trailer cam up in addition to say the Nav screen when driving or does it take over the entire screen?
The trailer cam cannot display concurrent with other items on the display (it covers the whole screen).

FWIW my research determined that even FORScan trickery cannot enable the trailer cam view on a 'side card' along with nav or other views. Anyone finding different please post details in this thread.

Even with that constraint I love the integrated trailer cam (YMMV).
 
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I'm installing the rear harness in my F150 that fully populates the 12-pin socket for use with a wired camera and TPMS. (The original has only 2, for the yaw sensor.)

The inside of the back side of the 12-pin connector is filled with a blue greasy material. It's obviously some kind of weather protection but I don't know what it is. I can re-use the existing socket but some of it came out with the old plug.

I want to make sure the new plug is well sealed. What do I use to replace the "grease"? It is not mentioned in any doco I can find related to the 7/12 pin connector socket.
 

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I'm installing the rear harness in my F150 that fully populates the 12-pin socket for use with a wired camera and TPMS. (The original has only 2, for the yaw sensor.)

The inside of the back side of the 12-pin connector is filled with a blue greasy material. It's obviously some kind of weather protection but I don't know what it is. I can re-use the existing socket but some of it came out with the old plug.

I want to make sure the new plug is well sealed. What do I use to replace the "grease"? It is not mentioned in any doco I can find related to the 7/12 pin connector socket.
Use Motorcraft XG12 Electrical Grease. It's available on Amazon even
 

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Use Motorcraft XG12 Electrical Grease. It's available on Amazon even
Thanks. My local dealer has it in stock for a bit less than Amazon or elsewhere. I'll reassemble the plug with what's already in it and fill it more when I have a chance to go by the dealer.
 

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Use Motorcraft XG12 Electrical Grease. It's available on Amazon even
On closer inspection, the new 7/12-pin combination socket in the camera/TPMS kit is already packed with the grease in the back connection of the 7-pin socket. It's a dark grease spread smoothly on the walls of a dark hole, so it's easy to miss. I already have the correct 7/12-pin connector on the truck but the one in the kit would just get thrown away, so I'll swap it out to make sure the connector is well-sealed. The spring clip that holds it in place is rusted, anyway.
 

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Just a thank you to all who throughout this thread took the time to document their experience. I’m weeks into my ownership of our 2023 Lariat PB and trailer season will start here in a month or so.

I found a yaw sensor on ebay (i have the stickers but others have reported less than stellar results) and ordered the TPMS/yaw version kit from a west coast dealer based on price.

My frustration is that we’re on like year 4 (?) of this generation yet finding the correct parts through Ford online (or the dealership who argued they won’t fit my VIN and would only do the order if I accepted it would be non-returnable) is impossible if you search for F150 compatibility. Thank goodness this group exists or I’d have to stick with the multiple 3rd party add ons like my old Silverado used.
 

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Just curious before I try and explain to my dealer what I need (lol)...is the correct part number for a truck with 4 rear sensors still ML3Z-13A576-PB or is it ML3T-13A576-AKF? My truck is a 21 but has the hitch scales so not sure if that factors in at all. Thanks!
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