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What is the OEM Part Number for the TPMS? (tire pressure monitor system)

I recently picked up a 2010 base model 4WD RAV4. I'm getting a set of 4 extra wheels for snow tires and want to install the TPMS in those wheels. In my searches here and in a couple of online parts suppliers I have been unable to confirm the Toyota part number for those sensors. There are used TPMS on e-bay but I want to be absolutely sure the sensors I buy are the correct ones for the RAV. Does anyone know the Toyota part number for the correct sensors so I may double check the fitment? Thanks for the help folks.

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Actually, that's a very good question, and I'd like to know, too.

However, according to Tire Rack, Toyota sensors must be configured by the dealer, and must be configured each time you swap tire sets (e.g. if you change between winter and summer tires, yo;ll have to take your car to the dealer twice a year to calibrate them, and this is not a free service).

You might be better off disabling the TPMS altogether; there's a thread here that discusses methods:
How to disable TPMS (How to turn off TPMS light)
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According to a few different online parts suppliers, this is the OEM Number:

42607-33011

And here's another thread with more resources about re-calibrating the TPMS:
TPMS Reset at WalMart for $20
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You can program the TPMS sensors yourself with a laptop and the $30 Techstream software and cable:

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Thanks Batpot for the info, I've got them ordered from e-bay already. Also,thanks Junebug for fixing my title line.
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I see that Dorman has aftermarket TPMS sensors that are ~$31 each at Rock Auto. Also, Advance Auto Parts has them listed. Does anyone know what the correct part numbers is/are? Both Rock Auto and Advance Auto Parts have two part numbers listed - 974033, 974042. If I look at DormanProducts.com, they have 974034 and 974042 listed as the correct part numbers, and 974033 listed for the Prius. So, does anyone know what the correct part numbers are and what's the difference between the two? From one web site, it appears there's a different part number for the V6 vs. the 4 cyl, but I can't find any more details on which is which and the web sites don't differentiate. Another web site shows 974-034 is the correct part number for all, and 974-042 for a Lexus LS460, and the 974-033 for the Camry. Rock Auto shows 974-033 corresponds to 42607-33011, which was mentioned above. What gives?

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Just following up on this. I called Dorman and 974-033 is definitely the correct part # for the TPMS sensors. 974-034 and 974-042 are just old part #'s.
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Just following up on this for everyone's benefit. These TPMS sensor have been working great. I programmed them in with the $30 software that everyone's using. Unfortunately my 2009 doesn't have on option for a 2nd set of tires so I had to overwrite the existing sensors after carefully getting a screenshot of the ID's from the existing TPMS sensors.
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