Ahh gotcha. The pressures are mostly gee-whiz information anyways. I mean, I've only heard the pressure low alert once since i've owned the car (really cold morning). And, they always stay in the correct range. Cold, 35psi.. and warm up to like 37-38.
A little of both. To give ya a solution, I needed to understand what exctly you were looking to accomplish. In light of other information, I'd advise you to disassemble the cluster and try to inhibit the light itself from illuminating. A few ways to do this could be to simply darken the LED (or remove it). Or cover it. Personally, I have not seen inside the dash, so I could not tell ya for certain. But I'd be willing to bet there is some way to manually cover or inhibit the light in one of the above fashions. Seems to be easier than trying to correct the issue by any other means.
A good idea would be to contact one of those companies that makes lighted dash overlays. They should be more than familiar with removing the cluster and opening it, and should have an idea better than most would about what it looks like inside.
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