Vehicle TPMS Information

Make:

Mercedes

Model:

GLC Class

Date of Manufacture:

2015 - 2019

OE Sensor Manufacturer:

Schrader

OE Sensor Number:

A0009050030

Sensor Frequency:

433 MHz

The following sensors are all compatible with: Mercedes GLC Class 2015-2019.

5624132

Hybrid 2.0 Dual Valve Dual-Frequency Sensor

U-Pro Hybrid 2.0 Sensor The only single SKU solution. A dual frequency, configurable and programmable TPMS sensor with dual valve... (more)

5624128

Hybrid 2.0 Snap-In Dual-Frequency Sensor

U-Pro Hybrid 2.0 Sensor The only dual frequency, configurable and programmable TPMS sensor. 97% of direct TPMS-enabled vehicle c... (more)

5624130

Hybrid 2.0 Clamp-In Dual-Frequency Sensor

U-Pro Hybrid 2.0 Sensor The only dual frequency, configurable and programmable TPMS sensor. 97% of direct TPMS-enabled vehicle c... (more)

5624134

Hybrid 2.0 Black Clamp-In Dual-Frequency Sensor

U-Pro Hybrid 2.0 Sensor The only dual frequency, configurable and programmable TPMS sensor. 97% of direct TPMS-enabled vehicle c... (more)

5624000

Alligator Sens.It Clamp-In Sensor 433MHz

Alligator programmable Sens.It sensor 433Mhz. Requires a TPMS diagnostic tool to program the sensor for a particular vehicle.

5624002

Alligator Sens.It Snap-In Sensor 433MHz

Alligator programmable Sens.It sensor 433Mhz. Requires a TPMS diagnostic tool to program the sensor for a particular vehicle.

5623990

433 MHz U-Pro Hybrid 2010 Clamp-In Sensor

Clamp-In 433MHz U-Pro™ - Hybrid Configurable TPMS Sensor. Requires a TPMS diagnostic tool to configure the sensor for the r... (more)

5623992

433 MHz U-Pro Hybrid 2010 Snap-In Sensor

Snap-In 433MHz U-Pro™ - Configurable TPMS Sensor. Requires a TPMS diagnostic tool to configure the sensor for the required ... (more)

Service parts for the Schrader Gen Gamma Clamp-In style sensor:

6-235

Box Of 10 Replacement Clamp-In Valves for Schrader Gen Gamma

A box of 10 clamp-in valves, with each including: 1 Valve Stem, 1 Nut, 1 Rubber Grommet, 1 Plastic Washer, 1 Valve Cap and 1 Valve... (more)

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