Honda HR-V: Reset TPMS

The TPMS light warns you when your tire pressure is too high or too low. Driving with over or under-inflated tires can put you at risk of reduced braking distance and tire bursts. Here’s a step-by-step guide on resetting TPMS on various Honda HR-V models.

2013–2022 Models

Follow the steps below:

  1. Turn off the engine of your car.
  2. Adjust the tire pressure to the level indicated on the tire placard.
  3. After, turn on the ignition but don’t run the engine.
  4. Use the up 🔼 and down 🔽 arrow buttons to go to Vehicle settings on the menu.
  5. Press the SEL/ RESET button to enter.
  6. Scroll to TPMS Calibration, then press the SEL/RESET button to enter.
  7. Use the up 🔼 button to go to Calibrate, then enter with the SET/RESET button.
  8. Start the car and drive at above 30mph for thirty minutes.
  9. Check that the TPMS light is off.

FAQs

Why Is My TPMS Light on Even After Adjusting My Tire Pressure to the Recommended Level?

Sometimes the TPMS light can stay on even after adjusting tire pressure. There are several reasons this would happen, including extremely cold weather, recent tire change or rotation, or a malfunctioning TPMS sensor.

Do I Have To Reset TPMS Immediately After the Warning Light Comes On?

It would be a mistake to ignore a TPMS warning. Remember, proper tire pressure is crucial to your car’s braking performance and stability. If you are currently driving and the light comes on, safely pull off to the side of the room and check your tire pressure.

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