A Quick Guide to TPMS


Tire Pressure Monitoring System

The TPMS needs to be re-calibrated every time you:

  • Inflate/deflate your tires
  • Change your tires
  • Rotate your tires
  • The calibration process requires approximately 30 minutes of driving at speeds between 48 to 97 km/h.
  • The vehicle must be stopped when the calibration process is started. The process finishes automatically as you drive.

If we have done any wheel/tire service on your vehicle today the calibration service has been started for you.

In the normal course of driving between service visits your TPMS may come on. If the TPMS light does comes on you’ll need to:

  • Check your tires
  • Adjust the pressure in your tires as needed according to your driver’s manual (before an extended period of driving so that your tires match outside temperatures).
  • Re-set the TPMS.

There are several different ways to re-set the TPMS, depending on the year and model of your Honda. (Check your owner’s manual.):

Using the TPMS button

o   Press and hold the TPMS button near the steering wheel. The TPMS indicator blinks twice, and calibration begins.


 TPMS Button
Using the Settings menu

o   Models with one display: Press the SETTINGS button. Select Vehicle Settings. Models with touchscreen: From the HOME screen, select Settings. Select vehicle.

o   Select TPMS Calibration.

o   Select Calibrate, and calibration begins.


 Settings Menu
Using the multi-information display. Use the Info ( up/down arrows) and SEL/RESET buttons on the steering wheel to make and enter selections.

o   Scroll to the vehicle Settings screen, and select it.

o   Select TPMS Calibration.

o   Select Calibrate, and calibration begins.