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TPMS Sensors for Kenwood Receiver?

I recently upgraded the radio system in my '97 Avalon XL to a Kenwood DMX7705S. Does anyone know if there are any TPMS sensors out there compatible with it? Are any more parts/tweaks needed to make it work?

Anything helps, thanks!
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TPMS sensors, radio system? What do you mean??
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My car doesn't have a TPMS. I was wondering if there are any tyre pressure sensors out there that could directly synch to my receiver.
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OK. No idea. Good luck in your quest.
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I looked at the specs for that Kenwood, and I saw no mention of TPMS capability. Unless I missed it?

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Aftermarket HU TPMS compatibility is through the MaestroRR interface. It handles steering wheel controls, CEL, TPMS, and engine monitoring functions.....


....on vehicles that support those features. It won't add anything that's not already on the CANBUS, though it can enhance features that are there.
I get on-screen tire pressure and temperature, as well as the ability to read and reset CEL codes on my '16 Corolla, but the information is being pulled from the ECU, not directly from the sensors.
If the vehicle has no TPMS system, the aftermarket system won't add it.

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I looked at the specs for that Kenwood, and I saw no mention of TPMS capability. Unless I missed it?
It is fully idata-compatible with the MaestroRR

Unfortunately, iDatalink does not list vehicle compatibility prior to 2005

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Ahh gotcha! Thank you all for your help!
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