the light is annoying, already have to put up with the airbag light....Correct - most tire shops will be able to tell if a TPMS signal is coming from each wheel. If you keep your tires inflated properly, there is no need to "fix" it. You will get used to the light.
deflating to 20 and re-inflating didn't work....Len
thank you, i read the same info from my manual but driving a "few minutes" so far has not turned the light out. so far 10 miles hasn't done it....
we have confirmed that the new sensor and the other 3 are working by use of a sensor reader. i don't know if the Smart sensor is unique to the Smart but the one used was one that was listed as a replacement (and also fits a JEEP...., amongst others) (it appears that it may have already been replaced at some time as the failed one was a Shrader brand). i wonder if deflating the tire on the car and then re-inflating to 36 might work; i have read that working on other recalcitrant makes & models of cars.
thanks, a new TPMS, installed and tire rebalanced at Walmart was $28.88TPMS are on Amazon for $17. each.........................