How to Reset Your Honda’s Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

How to Reset Your Honda’s TPMS 

Do you need to reset the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) on your Honda vehicle? Instructions may vary depending on when you bought your Honda and what kind of technology it is equipped with. Find instructions for your car below, or call our Honda service center in Countryside, IL, for assistance.

How to Reset Tire Pressure Monitoring System in Newer Honda Vehicles

Models with Display Audio Touchscreen

  1. From the home screen, select Settings
  2. Select Vehicle
  3. Select TPMS Calibration
  4. Select Calibrate
Models with Display Audio Touchscreen
Models with Display Audio Touchscreen

Models without the Touchscreen Display

Models without the Touchscreen Display

Using the Steering wheel buttons to make and enter selections in the Driver Information display:

  1. Scroll to the vehicle Settings screen and select it
  2. Select TPMS Calibration
  3. Select Calibrate

Resetting TPMS in Older Honda Vehicles

How to Reset Your Honda’s TPMS

For models with steering wheel controls

  1. Press MENU
  2. Select Customize Settings
  3. Select TPMS Calibration
  4. Select initialize
  5. Select YES
  6. Press MENU to exit

For models without the Touchscreen Display

Using the steering wheel to make and enter selections in the Driver Information display:

  1. Scroll to the vehicle SETTINGS screen and select it
  2. Select TPMS Calibration
  3. Select Calibrate

For models with a TPMS Button

If your Honda is equipped with a TPMS button, you’ll find it to the left of the steering wheel. Press and hold the button until the warning light blinks twice.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What causes the TPMS Light to come on?

  • A compact tire is used.
  • If the tire type and size are mixed. Make sure to use the same size and make of tire
  • There is a heavier and uneven load on the tires than when calibrated.
  • Driving on snowy or slippery roads.
  • Conditions such as low ambient temperature can trigger the system.
  • If the calibration process has not been completed. It can take 30 minutes of cumulative driving at speeds between 30-60 miles per hour (48-97 km/h)
  • During calibration, if the ignition is turned on and the vehicle is not moved within 45 seconds it may come on briefly. This is an indication the process has not completed.

Q: What if the TPMS Warning Light is still on after resetting? 

  • If the TPMS indicator returns and FLASHES every time you start your car, there may be something else wrong or malfunctioning, Call the Continental Honda Service Department to schedule an appointment as soon as possible.


Remember to Calibrate Your TPMS Every Time You Fill the Tires On Your Vehicles

Remember to Calibrate Your Tire Pressure Monitoring System Every Time You Add Air Tires To Your Vehicle