I'm having a hard time finding out where the reset button.
My 2009 does not have a reset button. Once the tires are properly inflated and the car is driven for a short while the light will go out unless there is a problem with the system, namely the sensor batteries reaching their end-of-life which is probably becoming an issue on Gen III owners who have the original sensors. If a sensor is to be replaced, the code number on the sensor should be recorded before the tire is installed. It makes programming them much easier.I have a 2010 RAV and have never seen a TPMS reset button. If all 5 tires are properly inflated and all 5 sensors are working, the light should be off.