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I cannot locate any reset button for the tire pressure sensor anywhere, including inside the glove box. I have a 2009 Venza. Is there one? Where? Thanks!

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This is newly vehicle, but other models do not have a reset button is an auto reset after you star driving, if your tire press drops below 30psi it will turn lite on, so make sure your tires are inflated at 40psi also check spare tire it may have a 4 or 5 sensor system, no look......a bad sensor may be the cost, have a tire been fix lately? take it back they broke a sensor.

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