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TPMS Sensors for Winter Tires

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I have a EUV LT, how can I find out what TPMS numbers I can use on this car? Has anyone already bought sensors for this car? Thanks, in advance
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You want to buy TPMS sensors for a second set of winter wheels/tires?

I'm using these aftermarket TPMS sensors in a 2020 Bolt with no issues: VDO Redi-Sensor SE10001HPR

You can find these on RockAuto.com for about $29/each. These are pre-programmed, multi-application TPMS sensors that will work in almost any vehicle. You use the same "re-learn" process that you would follow for your OEM sensors. Some tire shops carry these as their default replacement sensor because they will work with almost any make/model.
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I have a 2020 Bolt LT and have the same question. I've seen a few different part numbers listed on this forum and conflicting info on the AC Delco / other part supplier sites about which are the correct OEM TPMS part for my vehicle. I've also seen 315MHz and 433 MHz, or both. Does anyone have this info?

AC Delco says part #13516165 for a 2019-2021 Bolt EV, and I tend to trust this since they are the OEM supplier.

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But others on this site have referred to several other part numbers for 2017-2019 Bolts. AC Delco says 13598772 or 13598773.

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Then there's this list which was posted referring to TPMS which work with the Volt and supposedly the Bolt, but that's from 2018 and I don't know if the parts have changed for 2019-2022 Bolts.

I assume there's a bunch of part numbers which may be compatible, but I just need to know one for certain that works with my 2020...
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I have a EUV LT, how can I find out what TPMS numbers I can use on this car? Has anyone already bought sensors for this car? Thanks, in advance
Not sure what part of the country you are in. Here in Southern Ontario, I just did the deal last week for DAI alloys, Michelin XSnow and aftermarket sensors all supplied and installed from the same shop. I didn't have to look around for any parts etc. The actual TPMS sensors are listed out as $40 each. I did them early because most tire shops I spoke with said the rims are in short supply, you know...COVID, so that if I didn't act soon then I would likely be stuck with steelies. To your point, the same generic sensor is what they used for our Ford Fusion Energi, Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and now the Chevy Bolt EUV...all have worked fine.
I have the same car and the same question; So far, the best cue I found is that the TMPS frequency is the same as the key FOBs. Mine reads 433 on the spare key sticker.
The other thing I read was that GM now uses 315 MHz for Bolts in the US and 433 MHz for other locations. (I live in Canada) so, it adds up so far.

I have also called GM and waiting for their call back once they found the answer based on my car's VIN.
UPDATE: I received a response back from GM: Yes, it鈥檚 433 MHz

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Not sure what part of the country you are in. Here in Southern Ontario, I just did the deal last week for DAI alloys, Michelin XSnow and aftermarket sensors all supplied and installed from the same shop. I didn't have to look around for any parts etc. The actual TPMS sensors are listed out as $40 each. I did them early because most tire shops I spoke with said the rims are in short supply, you know...COVID, so that if I didn't act soon then I would likely be stuck with steelies. To your point, the same generic sensor is what they used for our Ford Fusion Energi, Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and now the Chevy Bolt EUV...all have worked fine.
X-ice. Not X-snow.
...the best cue I found is that the TMPS frequency is the same as the key FOBs.
...GM now uses 315 MHz for Bolts in the US and 433 MHz for other locations. (I live in Canada) so, it adds up so far.
I have an advanced TPMS tool and can verify that the TPMS sensors in my 2020 (US) Bolt are operating at 315 MHz.

Interesting observation about the sticker on the key fob. I just looked at my fob and the sticker says 315M on it.
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Sorry, I was being lazy. They are still X-Ice but the older version was X-Ice Xi3 and the newer version is X-Ice Snow.....I guess I picked that up from the tire guys as they seem to use X Snow for short.
I have the same car and the same question; So far, the best cue I found is that the TMPS frequency is the same as the key FOBs. Mine read 433 on the spare key sticker.
The other thing I read was that GM now uses 315 MHz for Bolts in the US and 433 MHz for other locations. (I live in Canada) so, it adds up so far.

I have also called GM and waiting for their call back once they found the answer based on my car's VIN.

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I looked at my FOB and it says 433 so I am going to order the that freq. And yes I am in Ontario in Niagara
I looked at my FOB and it says 433 so I am going to order the that freq. And yes I am in Ontario in Niagara
Would you please share a link? (if you are ordering online)- I can't find the right 433.
Thanks all, this helps clear things up. The sticker on the fob on my keychain is all worn off, but the sticker on my spare keyfob for my 2020 US Bolt says 315M as well. So I鈥檒l look for 315MHz TPMS.

I鈥檓 also very interested in the Michelin 鈥淴-ice Snow鈥 tire, but looks like Costco (best price by far) is out of stock. Meanwhile I鈥檓 waiting to get the 16鈥 Cruze wheels my brother picked up for me so I can actually get them mounted. Hoping Costco auto will be cool with me providing the sensors and them doing the work installing and mounting everything.
Thanks all, this helps clear things up. The sticker on the fob on my keychain is all worn off, but the sticker on my spare keyfob for my 2020 US Bolt says 315M as well. So I鈥檒l look for 315MHz TPMS.

I鈥檓 also very interested in the Michelin 鈥淴-ice Snow鈥 tire, but looks like Costco (best price by far) is out of stock. Meanwhile I鈥檓 waiting to get the 16鈥 Cruze wheels my brother picked up for me so I can actually get them mounted. Hoping Costco auto will be cool with me providing the sensors and them doing the work installing and mounting everything.
I had X Ice for our Fusion and loved them....got the X Snow when they came out for our Pacifica and was amazed at how something so good could be even better. They've been through northern Ontario including runs through Michigan (going over the "Mighty Mac" in a snow squall more than once).This time around with the Bolt I didn't bother looking at any other brand.
I looked at my FOB and it says 433 so I am going to order the that freq. And yes I am in Ontario in Niagara
Do you just want sensors for an existing set of snows or are you looking for a complete set of snows? I ask because, per my post, I also have an EUV and just picked up a new set of Michelin X Ice Snow on DAI alloy rims with TPMS all supplied and installed from Unauthorized Performance in London...I couldn't find better pricing anywhere....don't let them know that if you call.:)
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