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2007 toyota tacoma pressure sensor

Just got new rims put on my tacoma. from reading other similar problems my guess is they didn't put the same valve stems back containing the pressure sensor transmitters. Any way to just shut off the pressure sensor light and use the old fashioned way.....my eyes! Appreciate the help.

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If your new rims do not have the transmitters installed, the light is not going to go out.

If the new rims do have the transmitters installed, and one is broken during the installation, the light will not go out. It is common for tire machines to damage the transmitters.

If the rims have the transmitters installed, and all the tires are at the proper inflation, I would check the spare tire pressure. It too is monitored.

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