No need to buy new sensors unless yours are dead.
I just got my 09 Jeep Wrangler 2door, the tire pressure light came on. I went to check the pressure and noticed the valvestem on the spare and my drivers side rear were broken. Not leaking air but just broke. Should I just put a rubber valvestem in it or change the whole tire pressure sensor and all?
If your '09 TPS sensors are like my '10s, the sensors are held to the valve stems by a single screw.
You need the right type of valve stem (widely available), but it's a fookin' cake walk.
Break bead --> remove 1 screw + sensor --> R&R valve stem --> reinstall sensor --> reinflate tire
EDIT: oh, and (personal preference) - get SHORT
EDIT2: oh, and Welcome to JKO!
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Last edited by ExWrench; 05-17-2017 at 08:54 PM.