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Tire-pressure-monitors install - Need a reset?

I installed four new tire-pressure-monitors. Now occasionally I get an error message of "service tire-pressure-monitors".... No individual tire low-pressure indicators. Do I need to reset/re-sync? If so, how?
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DO you have the high line system where it shows individual pressures? What brand TPMS did you buy

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DO you have the high line system where it shows individual pressures? What brand TPMS did you buy
Individual tire-pressure display: Yes.
Type: Mopar.
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You should just drive a few miles above 20MPH and it resets. If the readout isnt showing low then leads me to believe its the spare TPMS on the TPMS module has a DTC fault.

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