I have 88,000 miles on the car. I was looking to get a set of chrome wheels (2000) style for it . I replaced the runflats with Nitto 555's around 6 months ago and was told the left front wheel was not true. It seemed the previous owner must have hit a curve prior to me getting it 2 years ago. Right now I have a set of 2000 style silver grey on it and ready for a change.How many miles on your car?
In order to help others out, I found the answer to my own question as to wether the batts on the sensors are replacable. As per the 2002 GM Corvette maintanace manual the batts in the sensors are not servacible and the entire unit must be replaced. Now I don't know about earlier model sensors but at least the 2002 and later models are not servicable.Maybe we ought to get a pole going on how many sensors have failed due to batt exhaustion and how old were they .
Also, question for xtanker: Your coment is a little vauge. You say you would change "them". What is "them", the batt's or the sensors? Are the batts replaceble without replacing the entire sensor :surprised ?
Thanks in advance :thumbsup: .
The sensors are not draining your battery, but there are enough things on a C5 that will drain your battery if you seldom drive it. You either need to remove your battery during storage, or get one of those battery tenders.I seldom drive my 98 and consequently the battery has gone down several times. Are the sensors doing this?
Now I don't get a pressure reading from the RR and get the warning Service Tire monitoring system. Any suggestions from the experts..:buhbye: