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as you've checked all the pressures then 1st try to reset the system
All you have to do is hold in the TPMS button typically located to the left of your steering wheel. After holding it in for a few seconds, your car will let you know that it’s reset with a beep, and then you can release.
When you press the button, it resets the sensors.
if this doesn't work and you still have a warning light then its likely that there's a fault with a sensor or the leak from the tyre or the valve stem
these are located inside the tyre and mounted on the wheel rim
you can also replace the valve stem separately to the sensor at a much reduced cost to replacing the whole sensor
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