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Red "Set" button underneath the steering wheel of my 2006 toyota tacoma. What is it for?

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I believe this is for your tire pressure sensors. If the tire pressure in one of your tires drops it will alert you with a light on your dash. When tire pressure is restored, press this button to reset the sensor.

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