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How to reset TPMS on a 2008 Jeep Liberty

Temp. has been a constant 7 F outside for the last week , tire pressure on all four wheels has been stating as low as 26lbs and once I drive on them for an half an hour they are back up to 29lbs , but the system does not shut off. I know once they warm up enough ,they probably will reach the 31lbs as normal , and shut off , but is there not a way of resetting to a number I call low ? 
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My only suggestion to this problem is to put the cold pressures up 5 psi to counter-act the temp. change. nitrogen filled tires are becoming more popular these days as they keep a stable pressure in a much wider temp span. and nitrogen is safer for tpms sensors in the wheels

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(NOTE!....Do not reset the check tire pressure system without first
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