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How to disable the TPMS on toyota corolla 2009? I installed winter tires on wheels not equipped with the sensor. As a result, the TPMS warning light is always on.

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SOURCE: need to disable tire pressure warning light. Air pressure normal

You cannot "disable" the TPWS. Also, when you replace sensors, they need to be programmed to the TPWS computer.

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SOURCE: How do I turn off tire pressure sensor warnning

set the tire pressure to the door decal, check all the tires, including the spare.

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SOURCE: where is the oil filter on the 2009 Toyota corolla

I assume that you have a 1.8 engine. The oil filter is in a round metal housing under the engine; you have to remove the housing to access the cartridge type oil filter; the 1.8s do not have a "spin-on" filter.

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Tpms light stays on

the sensor in the wheel can be malfunctioning

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SOURCE: TPMS PROBLEMS ON 2009 JK AFTER SWITCHING TO 17" WHEELS

It won't hurt you vehicle at all to not have the sensors. You will not be able to make the TPMS light go off with no sensors.

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one (or more) of the tires are starting to leak air just a little bit - which after 1.5 years and
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Check your tire pressure, and adjust as necessary first.

Next, have you changed anything having to do with the rims/tires/valve stems? The valve stems mounted in your factory rims have a tire pressure monitoring sensor/transmitter mounted on the inside. The valve stem itself is the antenna for the transmitter. If you have had the valve stems, valve cores, or even the valve caps replaced, that can cause a fault in the system.

Also if you used a canned flat repair like 'Fix-A-Flat', that could be clogging the sensor. I don't recommend using fix-a-flat on tires with TPMS, but if you're in a jam, sometimes you have to.

If you had the tires changed, the shop has to be careful when mounting and dismounting the tires. The sensors are easy to damage with tire tools.

In order to reset the TPMS, there is a small button either in the glove compartment, or under the steering wheel. Turn the ignition to the 'on' position without starting the engine. Press and hold the button for approximately three seconds. The light will begin flashing. Release the button and wait at least 7 seconds for the system to relearn the sensors. Then turn the key to the 'off' position. Start the engine, and check that the light turns off after about a second.

If the light still stays on, you need to have the TPMS serviced by a qualified mechanic. This should be either a Toyota dealer, or a shop that uses the appropriate TPMS testing equipment.

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