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I replaced my tires a while ago. on my hyundia Elantra gls 2008. how do i reset my tire preasure sensor on the tpms

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Check your user manual, some cars you turn key on but not start, depress gas pedal three times within 5 seconds and turn key off.
Next check fuse box for a reset button. Owners manual will tell you

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