Dorman 974-001 Tire Pressure Monitoring System Sensor Compatible with Select Models


  • Direct replacement – this tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) sensor is designed to match the fit and function of the original sensor on specified vehicles
  • Ideal solution – this sensor is a reliable replacement for an original part that has failed due to fatigue or electrical malfunction
  • Durable construction – this sensor is made from quality components to ensure reliable performance and a long service life
  • Trustworthy quality – backed by team of product experts in the United States and more than a century of automotive experience
  • Ensure fit – to make sure this part fits your exact vehicle, input your make, model and trim level into the garage tool

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This tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) sensor is designed to match the fit and function of the original sensor on specified vehicles, and is engineered for durability and reliable performance. This part is compatible with the following vehicles. Before purchasing, enter your vehicle trim in the garage tool to confirm fitment. [Chrysler 200: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014] – [Chrysler 300: 2005, 2006, 2007] – [Chrysler Aspen: 2007, 2008, 2009] – [Chrysler Pacifica: 2006, 2007, 2008] – [Chrysler PT Cruiser: 2008, 2009, 2010] – [Chrysler Sebring: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010] – [Chrysler Town & Country: 2006, 2007] – [Dodge Avenger: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014] – [Dodge Caliber: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011] – [Dodge Caravan: 2006, 2007] – [Dodge Charger: 2006, 2007] – [Dodge Dakota: 2008, 2009, 2010] – [Dodge Durango: 2007, 2008, 2009] – [Dodge Grand Caravan: 2006, 2007] – [Dodge Magnum: 2005, 2006, 2007] – [Dodge Nitro: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011] – [Dodge Ram 1500: 2008, 2009] – [Jeep Commander: 2006, 2007] – [Jeep Compass: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017] – [Jeep Grand Cherokee: 2005, 2006, 2007] – [Jeep Liberty: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012] – [Jeep Patriot: 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017] – [Jeep Wrangler: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012] – [Ram Dakota: 2011]

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From the manufacturer

Dorman's global headquarters is located in Colmar, Pennsylvania, USA.

Dorman is a leading auto parts manufacturer founded in the United States and headquartered in Colmar, Pennsylvania.

Dorman was one of the first companies to deliver replacement aftermarket auto parts.

Our story began with the first mass market automobile. We were one of the first companies to deliver replacement products for the automotive aftermarket, and we remain at the forefront today.

Dorman releases thousands of products made to save people time, money and effort on repairs.

We give repair professionals and vehicle owners greater freedom to fix cars and trucks by focusing on solutions that save time and money and increase convenience and reliability.

Dorman gives people greater freedom to fix cars and trucks by focusing on new solutions first.

Our team is constantly looking for problems to solve and turning them into new product ideas. Some solutions, like our OE FIX products, you can’t even get from original vehicle manufacturers.

Dorman has tens of thousands auto repair solutions and releases new parts every month.

We offer an always-evolving catalog of parts, covering both light duty and heavy duty vehicles, from chassis to body, from underhood to undercar, and from hardware to complex electronics.

Additional information

Dimensions 1.38 × 3.14 cm




Item Weight

‎1.76 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎2.75 x 1.38 x 3.14 inches

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‎Ready To Paint If Needed

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Domestic Shipping

Item can be shipped within U.S.

International Shipping

This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More

Date First Available

October 10, 2007


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  • pat donahue
    April 13, 2023

    GreatWorks good

  • Joe Waterstradt
    March 14, 2023

    Worked on my 2008 wranglerPerfect match for my 2008 Jeep Wrangler

  • Robert O. Cox
    March 29, 2021

    Will set itself up for you.It works, sorta.I want to point out that I have had a lot of electrical trouble with this Jeep. I expect that it’s not the TPS that is the issue. It was slow to pair with the ECM. It unpairs and then fixes itself but the time it takes to re-pair with the ECM keeps getting shorter. May decide to unpair at a stop light and you can count on the light coming on when you restart the motor.That it will fix itself and start working again makes me think the TPS is fine. I expect the problem is in whatever picks up the signal from the TPS. If things change I will edit this post.10/23/2022 UPDATE; Noticed that it unpaired at the same spots all the time. Start looking for a reason I find that I am close to a cell phone repeater tower. I am going to say lack of signal strength is the issue.Fixing to replace all of them with a different brand, just not worth saving a few bucks and having the issue.

  • Mmikstas
    May 7, 2022

    4/5 starsInstalled into my 2010 Jeep Liberty wheels. Giving it a 4/5 star rating because my Jeep will not automatically set the tire position (like it is supposed to do). It displays the tire pressure very accurately, but unfortunately, the locations displayed are not correct. So if you have a low tire, it will tell you it is low, but will not tell you the correct tire position that is low. Every time you start the vehicle, it sets a “check TPMS” across the driver display, but DOES NOT set the orange tire light on the dash, therefore I am still happy with the product.

  • Michael
    April 15, 2018

    Dorman 974-001 TPMS 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee LaredoI was needing to replace the TPM sensors on my daughters 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo (her Jeep has the basic TPMS system for that year and not the deluxe system that reports individual tires). After reading at a lot of different forums and such I was dreading replacing them. Are they going to work, are they not going to work, do I have to pay somebody a ridiculous amount of money to reprogram so that my ECU sees these new IDs etc.Well, it was time to put new tires on her Jeep and after extensive Internet research, I decided on these Dorman TPMS’s. Dorman makes two models for this Jeep. One, where the IDs have to be manually programed into your ECU (special equipment required) and the other one is a relearning one that communicates with the sensors in your wheel wells and to your ECU and records the new IDs automatically into your ECU.These (974-001) are the second ones, the relearning ones. I painted her rims black for her, installed the new sensors, had the new tires installed, and put them back on her Jeep. Within 20 minutes of driving, the TPMS dash light went out and they work like a champ (I let air out of one of the tires and the TPMS light came back on, aired it back up and in a couple of minutes, the light went out). It was a nice feeling because after all that I read, I figured that I would end up paying a shop to program them into my ECU. :)Thanks Dorman for a product that does what it says it will do.Update: April 2020. These sensors have been on my daughters Jeep for two years now. They all still function as they should, no corrosion or other issues. Still very pleased with this purchase.Update Update: November 2022. These sensors have been on my daughters Jeep for four years now. They all still function as they should, no issues. Very pleased with this purchase.

  • Pedro Castillo
    February 20, 2018

    in trying to get my money back for the good parts they removed and threw awayI have a 2008 Ram, Quad Cab, 4WD, 5.7, 545RFE. The TPMS light went on, and after receiving a $900 estimate from the dealer, I chose to get the TPMS replaced at America’s Tire for $322. They installed a Schrader brand which did not work and after several visits at America’s Tire, the manager told me to take it to the RAM dealer. I took my Ram to Chrysler of Redlands, where they told me it was the “win module” which needed to be replaced for $221 plus labor for a total of nearly $500. I agreed, however, the problem continued. The dealer later said that it was one of the sensors which had been installed by America’s Tire, and neede to be replaced for $108 plus $130 labor. I agreed to get it replaced, however, after I drove away, the TPMS light came back on. I researched the issue on the internet and came to learn this is the only part that works on my RAM, Dorman 974-001. I bought the sensors here at Amazon for $115 and had them installed by Les Schwab of Fontana for only $8 each for a grand total of $32. The TPMS issue was immediately resolved, for less than $150. I contacted America’s Tire and they were willing to refund me after I returned their sensors. I am currently working with the dealer, in trying to get my money back for the good parts they removed and threw away, and for failing to fix my RAM. If the dealer refuses, I will get my credit card bank involved in trying to get my money back. Dorman is the sensor for my 2008 Ram, and possibly many other Chrysler vehicles having the same issue, at tire shops and the dealer.

  • Nathan J. Bowen
    July 11, 2022

    Newest model has black casing, not gray.Bought for Jeep Commander 2006. Previous grey version worked flawlessly. This version detects pressure but “Service Tire Press. System” warning in EVIC won’t go away…..

  • Brandon Jackson
    December 23, 2014

    Works great with 2010 Jeep Patriot 4×4 SportHad my tpms light come on after having a new set of tires put on my factory wheels. The goodyear service center said that one of my tpms sensors was going bad and was able to get the light turn off by replacing a single sensor at no cost to me. They explained that I needed to replace the remaining three as they should all be replaced at the same time but at $80 a piece I was hesitant. After a month the light came back on. So I found these on Amazon and bought four of them at 25 a piece. Received them quickly and called a local tire kingdom to schedule installation. They were quick to tell me that they do not install outside parts. Ugh. I called a wal-mart tire and lube center and they agreed to install them for only $5 per tire (the charge was for mounting/balancing). The tech warned me that they did not have the equipment to program the sensors but I explained that the jeep patriot will auto program after driving on them for 20 minutes at a constant speed. Well after the install I left Walmart and within 1 mile the tpms dash light turned off. Woohoo!! Total repair cost including four of these sensors from Amazon, and installation at wal-mart was only $120.00!

  • J. Schmoe
    November 7, 2022

    Fits 2006 chargerGood price

  • Thetrailduster
    October 10, 2018

    Works perfectly in my Dodge Nitro,This is an excellent and economical replacement for the factory TPM sensor. It was easy to install and the computer read the sensor within minutes of driving. I will buy another when the next sensor fails.

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