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    Does anyone have pictures or could tell me where the TPMS receivers are mounted?

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    the NS front one is mounted on the body shell behind the wheel arch liner at the 2 oclock position. The NS rear is mounted on the inside of the actual wheel arch liner itself at the 2 oclock position.

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    Are there mounting points already there for them or marks in the plastic arch liner where to drill the mountings?

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    I'm almost certain everything was there and I never drilled any holes when fitting mine.

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    Ok... just been out to look at my rear arch liner and I have two screws that go thru the arch liner and into the receiver... I deffo never drilled any holes and the screws sit in recesses in the liner so you should be able to identify these two recesses visually without removing the liner... they are at the 2:30 position from the wheel center

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    In front the studs are ready just need the nuts, in rear i drilled the holes in plastic but they where marked an easy job.
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    Thanks for the info.

    Know what I will be doing tomorrow after work

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    an old thread i know but, I had a look the other day on my signum and could not even find the studs let alone the wires/connector..
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    You need to pull the plastic liner away and look behind it.

    On the back there isnt anything.

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    thats what i did, i removed the liner to get some bits of cat out of it and thought i would have a go at mounting my front tpms receiver while i was at it..
    My old Signum, the animal; she now rests in pieces in several other members cars.. https://www.vectra-c.com/forum/garag...vehicle&id=200
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