Reset Tire Pressure Monitoring System on Honda Civic or Accord

Learn how to reset the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) on the Honda Civic and Honda Accord with these steps.

  • Inflate the tires to the proper values as stated on the tire. This applies to the spare tire if you have one installed.
  • Park the vehicle.
  • Turn the ignition to the “On” position. Do not start the engine.

Proceed to the next steps below, depending on the model.

2002 – 2023 Models

Option 1

  1. Turn the ignition to the “ON” position, but do not start the engine.
  2. Locate the TPMS reset button under the driver’s side dashboard.
  3. Press and hold the TPMS reset button for about 10 seconds. You should see the TPMS light start blinking.
  4. Release the TPMS reset button. The TPMS indicator light should stop blinking and remain solid for a few seconds.
  5. Start the engine and let it run for a few minutes. The TPMS system will initialize and calibrate.
  6. Drive the car above 20 mph to allow the TPMS sensors to detect the tire pressures.

Option 2 Models Without Touch Screen

  1. Locate the TPMS button under the dashboard on the left side.
  2. Press and hold the button until the lower tire pressure indicator blinks two times.
  3. Drive the vehicle for about 20 minutes. Try to keep a speed between 30 to 65 mph when possible. The light should eventually reset.

Option 3Models With Touch Screen

  1. Push the “Info” button located to the left of the steering wheel to bring up the menu on the display.
  2. Select “Vehicle Settings.”
  3. Select “Vehicle” or “Customize settings.” (Skip this step if you don’t have either of those options)
  4. Select “TPMS Calibration.”
  5. Choose “Calibrate
  6. Select “Initialize.”
  7. Select “Yes.”

After about 30 minutes of driving, the Tire Pressure Monitoring System reset should be complete on your Honda Civic or Honda Accord.

1993 – 2001 Models

The Honda Accord models from 1993 to 1996 do not have a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) installed.

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