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Have you checked all your Tire pressures to see if any are low?
What are all your tire pressures at around?
Ok.. That is good. They must not have programmed the sensor to the vehicle.
I would take it back to the place that did the install of the sensor. They may have installed a incorrect sensor, or they forgot to program it to cause the tire light to come on.
The tire light would normally come on if tire pressures reach 27 psi.
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I don't know what kind of sensor they installed and even if it is compatibly programmable to your car.
When you install a new tire pressure sensor, all the tire pressure sensors need to be reprogrammed to the car. You can't just program one. That is not how the system works.