Cool, no worries, anyway, I have 2014 M6s, so once you have adjusted the pressure on all four tires to the desired / recommended pressure, you then turn the ignition switch on, and depress the TPMS button and keep it pressed until you hear two beeps and the light flashes once and disappears (turns off). I do think this is in the O.M. But I'm going by memory here. They also say to never reset the light without first having adjusted the air pressure properly, or else the TPMS may malfunction in the future, such as not reading a dangerous low/high pressure, or giving you false positive warnings.I'm a little distraught over it obviously. I apologize for taking it out on you. I understand what you're saying now. Apparently I am a moron because the Owner's Manual doesn't say to manually reset the light...LOL! Also, it doesn't say how anywhere that I can find either. I've initialized the TPMS several times and the warning will not go away. How do I reset the warning message? Thanks in advance and again, I apologize for my sassy mouth.
I'm my opinion, they made this too complicated. I prefer how it was before, in some older Mazdas I've had (CX-7, CX-9, Tribute, Mazda6) where the light would automatically go off when the tire pressure in any given tire was adjusted properly.
Hope this helps. Thanks.