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I have a 2009 Nissan Versa 1.8SL and when I bought it I noticed the TPMS light was on . I thought maybe I will change the tire air pressures it needs to be exact and it still didnt go off I have no lights on my dashboard but that one Is there a way I can get it removed or off?
 

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Tire pressure doesn't have to be exact, just above the minimum threshold. Add a few extra pound of air to the tires too be sure they are fully inflated and see if it will go off. Some tire pressure guages aren't very accurate. It's also possible you have a bad sensor in one or more wheels.
 

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Go to a shop like Discount Tire. Have them inflate all tires to proper pressure. If the light is still on, they can take their scan tool and "re-pair" the sensor to the car.
If the light is still on, have them rebuild or replace the TPMS sensor.
 
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