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I had a new sensor fitted recently at a tyre centre, but after driving home one of the rear tyres disappeared off the display! I had them reset the whole system only to find it happened again soon afterwards. Just looked at the fuse panel (right hand side on UK cars, at end of dashboard), no 'reset' switch. However, I did pull out a few fuses to see if that worked. By pure luck, there is a fuse with a strange name (can't remember it now) that is like disconnecting the battery completely (it's a 10A fuse located 3rd down from the top). Plug it back in and hey presto, no more flat tyre warning light, and centre screen shows all 4 tyres correctly. Genius!!
hi sounds like tyre pressure light.does it look like a tyre.check pressure.these sensers can be prone to going faulty.they are on each wheel.sometimes inflate tyres to say 40 psi then deflate to correct preesure.resets valve and light goes out.
hi main engine fuses are normally located under the bonnet situated near the battery usually not far away check the inner wing under the bonnet on the same side of battery the fuse boxes are not tiny and should be marked yates210456