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Had 4 new tires installed system blinked for 2 days on and off. now ligth stays on. how do you reset the light? all tires are at 35 psi.

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Need to make sure that the Tire Pressure Monitoring System Sensor's were not damage while installing tire's. Happen to me, the only way to find out is to do diag. on your truck and if o.k. they can reset the system at that time.if not getting signal, you need to take it back where you got your tire's.Good Luck

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It is possible that one of the sensors was damaged when they replaced the tires. If this occurred, the light will remain lit. Otherwise, after a pressure change the light will automatically turnoff after driving several minutes above 25MPH.

There is also a Nissan TPM reset tool which is designed to turn off the TPM warning light in 2003 and newer Nissan vehicles that have the TPM reset connector. Check your owner's manual to see if your vehicle has the connector. You can find the reset tool online for about $25.

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