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Tire pressure system and maintenance required light

(2008 Toyota Corolla)
in Kings Mountain, NC on October 12, 2009
1. the tire pressure warning light is on and won't stay off. It sometimes goes off and later comes back on. Tire pressures are all good. Any suggestions?
2. the maintenance required light is on. How can I turn it off?
is there a key sequence?
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The maintenance light is reset by turning the trip meter to the odometer reading with the ignition key in the run (but engine off position). Turn the ignition key to the on position while holding and keeping depressed the trip reset button, the mileometer reading will flash a serious of 00000 keep the button depressed untill the zeros disappear turn of the key and restart, ensure the light has gone out if not retry.

The tire pressure monitoring system light is reset after properly inflating the tire pressures to pressure shown on the door sticker. After the tire pressures are set push the tire pressure warning system reset switch for a few seconds and make sure the warning light goes off. If the light is still on or blinking the low tire pressure warning system needs to be checked using a scan tool to isolate the fault.
on April 30, 2011
WHERE IS THE TIRE PRESSURE WARNING SYSTEM RESET SWITCH . iTHIS IS A NISSAN VERSA 2009? i HAVE HAD THIS SENSOR REPLACE 2 TIMES IN 6 MONTHS THE ONLY TIRE i HAD LOW WAS THE BACK LEFT i REPLACE AIR THE LIGHT IS STILL ON
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