I'm sorry your arrangement with JustAnswer means money hasn't been transfered into your hands - but it certainly has transferred OUT of my hands, and what did I get for it? I asked about resetting those codes and you said it can not be done. But it can be done - It's been done twice now. You now seem to be saying it SHOULD NOT be done - but that is an entirely different thing from it CAN NOT be done.
To use your example, it is as if I asked "Is there any way to get air in a tire that's deflated?" and you answer "There is no way to put air in it - you must replace it first". It is simply a wrong answer. If I could refill the tire and it does not leak, then the problem IS fixed, if it keeps deflating then I know there is something more and I take it into the shop.
So relating that to the real problem If I could have cleared the codes myself and it never happened again the problem IS fixed, but if the problem kept returning I'd know it's a real problem and take it to the shop.
So you seem to be saying now that there is a real problem, and it occurred twice by coincidence only a few minutes after the tire pressure got low. No, the Power Steering kicked off (Message Center displays SERVICE POWER STEERING NOW) BECAUSE the tire pressure was low. The part that needs to be fixed is the tire. The error should reset itself when the tire pressure is corrected and the steering is back in balance, but it doesn't; so the codes must be reset also. I had fixed the tire I just needed to then reset the codes. The problem is not going to happen again as long as the tires are fine, so I'm not going to pay $100 every few weeks (BTW, I did not pay them to reset the codes the 2nd time).
I don't understand your conspiracy theory about why the dealer would not fix a legitimate problem and change out a part. If they were dishonest they would claim something was broken even when the diagnostics says there is nothing, change it out and charge me for it. The fact is they can not find a problem unless the tire is low - so there really is nothing to fix (I'm sure they tried to "GO to Pinpoint Test KC" to verify this).
The only way you could make this whole experience positive for me is to answer my original question - How do I reset the Electrical Power Steering (i.e. clear the codes that are telling it to turn off the steering assist) even though it's a little late for that now. And since I suspect it's done with some external computer or scanning device which is impossible or extremely expensive to obtain, the answer probably won't do me any good, but at least I'd know.