Rohit Goswamy , This information is(copy/paste) from the forum link below.
To reset, you must "exceed" 33/34 psi on all tires (so try 36-38 psi when tires are cold and with an accurate tire gauge) for the light to go out . It can take a quite a few miles driving stop and go for the TPMS warning light to turn off automatically.. Adjust your psi only in the morning when it is cool/cold and with an accurate tire pressure gauge!
Once the light is out, reset to 33+ (34-35 for LE) when tires are COLD. The cold part is critical so do your tire psi adjustment(s) only in the morning before driving. Remember, if ONE of the tires psi dips down to 31/32 you will see the TPMS warning light turn on. AVOID adjusting tire pressures when tires are warm.
Remember, ascertain your pressure gauge is accurate!
If you go through this procedure and 1 TPMS still reading ( 0 ), it will be faulty, it may have picked up dirt when installed or simply defective from new. Good luck.
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