How To Reset the Honda Tire Pressure Monitoring System TPMS Warning Light
Tires play an important role in safety, fuel economy and performance when you get behind the wheel of your 2020 Honda CR-V. An innovative Tire Pressure Monitoring System* (TPMS) is a fixture for many Honda models that will monitor tire pressure and alert you when your tires have low tire pressure. When the TPMS warning light alerts you to low tire pressure – you will need to reset it. Learn how to reset the Honda Tire Pressure Monitoring System TPMS warning light with this step-by-step guide and get back to normal. Explore the Earnhardt Honda inventory today to find a Honda car, truck or crossover that is equipped with the Tire Pressure Monitoring System!
Instructions To Reset the Honda TPMS Warning Light
- Check the Tire Pressure in All Tires
- Fill or Replace Tires as Needed
- Re-Calibrate and Reset the TPMS System
- Put Your Honda in Park and Start the Vehicle
- Find the Honda TPMS Button to the Left of the Steering Column
- Press and Hold Until the TPMS Warning Light Blinks Twice
- Honda TPMS Will Begin to Re-Calibrate
- If There is No TPMS Button – Select Vehicle Settings on the MID Screen
- Press the Select/Reset Button
- Select TPMS Calibration
- Select Calibrate
*For optimal tire wear and performance, tire pressure should be checked regularly with a gauge. Do not rely solely on the monitor system. Please see your Honda dealer for details.