No tool, but here are two good ways to "solve" the TPMS light problem (dead or dying TPMS battery).
If you do the cut & solder fix which is borrowed from a trike conversion instruction sheet, in the rather unlikely event that you'd want to be undo it later, the undo can be a bit more work than the option of adding a SPDT switch to the circuit.
If you add the SPDT switch (shown in the wiring diagram portion of the attached) instead of the cut & solder solution; the "fix" can be easily reversed should you ever decide to do so.
No, mine blinking because I went Dark side (put a car tire on the back). They run at 30psi, so re-registering the TPMS sensors in reverse seems to fool them into working correctly. I actually like the warning, so I don't want to disable it or make it irreversible.