I realize this has been beat to death. I searched and read through most of the past posts.
Here's the story. My wife used my truck while I was out of town (yes I let her) to move some office furniture w/ some of our friends. One of said friends borrowed truck to go to storage unit and proceeds to slash my 285 BFG A/T "Ben-Hur" style on the storage gate.
Without calling me (grrrr), tries to jack the truck (3" lift, no go w/ bottle jack), can't get one of the tire lug nuts off so in the end, gets the truck towed to NTB and has brand new tire put on (also unhappy that I now have 3 used tires and 1 brand new one).
Anywho, point to my story, is that the TPMS light is now on. No flashing, nothing, just on. I checked all tires, including the spare and noticed the new tire was at 65psi. Yikes.
Obviously they set the bead and forgot to take psi down to 36. So I reset all tires to 36 and do a reset. No go... light is still on.
This leads to me to believe that the sensor in the new tire isn't broken because it would be flashing. So what gives? I've driven on it for a few days and light remains.