11 ford escape ok here goes. trouble started when i had tires changed,
2011 Ford Escape

11 Ford escape ok here goes. Trouble started when I had tires changed,

(2011 Ford Escape)
It ripped off my air pressure sensor, since then my back wiper rod stopped working but motor still runs, my brakes were going bad but we replaced. Plus rattle in front end RT side believe could be ball joint or possibly sway bar. But not sure that is connected to issue. Car started acting like a battery / alternator prob. Lights would come on but nothing. Jump it off no prob. Charge to 100% and dead by morn then key started having probs turning to crank POS. I have changed ig.sw. on older f250 and YouTubed it many different videos. I'm pretty good at learning and researching before I attempting certain things but usually pretty darn good with outcome of repairs I do.but computerized and electrical issues I know I am only very limited knowledge. My abs, 2TCS, park brake, engine, fuel inlet (been on since purchased), never go off. And Emer brake quit completely. Could all this have to do with lock cylinder ($60-$80) and or tire pressure sensor($50 )per !!! what to do first. Plz help
What seems to make the problem better or worse? Anything that runs battery
How long have you had this problem? Few wks
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on October 30, 2019
No, It cannot. There are a few different things going on here.

The tire pressure monitoring system sensor on the rim is absolutely separate from anything and everything else.

Brakes and front end rattle - unrelated and should be checked and repaired independently.

The jump starting? Sounds like a battery that will not hold a charge consistently.

Your warning lights could be coming on due to low battery / reference voltage as well. Check your battery for proper capacity and the ability to hold a charge before anything else.

I do not see any concern with your ignition lock cylinder from your description of concerns.

Good luck.
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on October 30, 2019
No, It cannot. There are a few different things going on here.

The tire pressure monitoring system sensor on the rim is absolutely separate from anything and everything else.

Brakes and front end rattle - unrelated and should be checked and repaired independently.

The jump starting? Sounds like a battery that will not hold a charge consistently.

Your warning lights could be coming on due to low battery / reference voltage as well. Check your battery for proper capacity and the ability to hold a charge before anything else.

I do not see any concern with your ignition lock cylinder from your description of concerns.

Good luck.
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