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2002 Escclade and that display reads "service tire monitor"

Hi I have a 2002 Escclade and the display reads service tire monitor. I am pretty sure it is saying this because I dont have the sensors inside my new tires. Is there any way to delete or get rid of this message without fixing the problem (installing new pressure sensors).

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    info center reads service tire monitor and tire pressure does not read at all.

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You can see if the dealer can turn the tire monitor system off, but that would be your only hope, or ignore it like everyone else does.

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