Broken tire valve stem - $100+ repair to replace TPMS sensor or warranty?
I went to fill up my tires (Yokohamas on an 09 T&C) the other day, and one valve stem broke when I put the air hose on it.
The tire still needed air, so I went to the local Firestone, and they replaced the valve stem for $15, and gave me the original valve stem which includes the TPMS sensor. They said this is about a $100 item from Chrysler, and that the dealer may replace it under warranty.
I will give a call to the dealer next week and see if they can replace it, but has anyone had this experience? Is this covered under warranty?