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My mother has a 2008 Accord LX V6 that she just ran over a parking
stop with and got a flat tire. While the tire shop was changing the
tire they broke the sensor for low tire pressure. After installing a new
sensor the low pressure light is now on. I took the car to my mechanic
and he tried to reset/active the sensor with his Snap On "Tire Sensor
Reset Tool" and was unable to turn the light off.
1. Does anyone know what the sequence is for turning the light off/
getting the car to recognize the new sensor? It did not appear in his
All Data Software.
2.All tire pressures have been checked and are at least 32psi.

Any info would be appreciated!
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Welcome to the forums. The search feature in this forum will reveal a great deal of information on TPMS issues related to the Accord.

That said, you (or your mechanic) will need to have the unique ID number of the new sensor that was installed. Using a tool like an ATEQ quickset, this ID will need to be entered into the car's computer via the OBD II port. Once the computer can recognize this new sensor, your light will go out. Good luck!
 
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