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I'm old school (in the over 50 crowd) and believe wheels should be some shade of silver...chrome or polished aluminum. I removed the 20" gloss black Elite rims and replaced them with a set of the machine faced aluminum rims. The old rims have approximately 150 miles on them. The rims include the TPMS sensors and the gloss black center caps. No tires included. Asking $1,150 for the set of four.

I am located in northeast Indiana and obviously would prefer local pick up. I will ship them if you pay shipping. At this point I am not willing to sell the wheels separately.
 

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I thought all newish Honda’s had the sensor built into the caliper area not in the valve stem. It measures rotational speed and if it going low the rotation is different. It’s this way in my civic.
 

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Nope! My '17 CR-V also had what you describe.
But it seems the larger Honda's stick with the sensor.
This also allows pressure to be read and displayed.
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