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YOU CANT RESET ENGINE WARNING LIGHT UNTIL YOU CODE SCAN FIX THE PROBLEM.BECAUSE IF YOU HAVE A BAD SENSOR THE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT WILL STAY ON.ONCE YOU REPLACE THE BAD SENSOR YOU NEED A CODE SCANNER TO ERASE TURN OFF CHECK ENGINE LIGHT.
This is the tyre pressure indicator. It shows that one of the tyres is losing pressure through a calve leak or puncture, or can also be triggered after you get new tyres or rotate the tyres.
The method to re-set the tyre pressure warning light is as follows:
Turn the ignition to position 2 (ignition on but motor not started). Press and hold the button under the handbrake until the warning light on the dashboard comes on for several seconds. Start the engine. Drive the car normally for several minutes. This will cause the system to re-set to the current tyres and pressures you have. It will then only turn the warning light on if the pressures change - for example if you get a puncture.
That appears to be a low tire warning light. If all your tires are correctly inflated it can be canceled by depressing, and holding for about 5 sec., the button by the parking brake lever. It should clear next time you start your car.
There should be sensors, not able to find them means they are not there, hence the light is on. You can buy the sensors from your dealer. +/- $8. When they have been lid, you have to replace them. I think the mechanic who changed the pads, removed the sensorcable.