Although I'd go ahead and replace the sensor, owning a manual gauge is a good idea anyway. We had a thread a few months ago about those. I bought a Joes Racing Products gauge, and it is fantastic. Shogun32, to answer your question in that thread: Yes, it does satisfy 🤣
I had a sensor on my '19 GT that wouldn't retrain. It was a bad battery. Bought a replacement from Tirerack.com for a decent price and had Discount Tire swap it out for me. Piece of cake!
These sensors have batteries and they do fail on occasion.
https://www.tpms.com/ is another place to buy...
Definitely something to consider. I would worry about that if I drove on It daily but I don't drive that much in the winter. There are open-stall car washes and attachments for washing under the car, and waterless car wash products for everything else 🤷♂️
I drive mine all year long, on Michelin Pilot Alpine PA4s and some weight in the trunk during winter. The Snow/Wet mode helps, and don't get crazy with the throttle.
Also I don't take it out in bad weather, mostly just when roads are clear. Boise doesn't get that snowy anyway.
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That's a great point :thumbsup: DEFINITELY check the oil level frequently. The IOLM isn't going to tell you the dipstick is bone dry. I think Ford recommends once a month in the owner's manual (probably not necessary to do monthly if you don't drive it that much)
Agreed. Time and vehicle usage among other conditions are factors used to determine "oil life" percentage. Changing once a year is likely to be just fine, but if the IOLM says change it before a year is up I'd do it.