This video provides important TPMS information for 2017 Honda CR-V drivers.
This video will familiarize you with Pilot’s convenient new Tire Pressure Monitoring System* with Tire Fill Assist. It not only displays which tire is low on air, it actually shows you what the air pressure (PSI) is for each tire. And when refilling the tire with air, it flashes the parking lights and sounds an audible beep to let you know when the tire has reached the prescribed air pressure.
TPMS is one of the most confusing systems for Honda customers. In this video learn more about the TPMS system and expected battery life.
These procedures cover the 2013-2015 Accord, 2014 CR-V and 2015 Fit.
Before You Start
1. Make sure the vehicle is stopped and the vehicle is in neutral or park.
2. Make sure all the tires are the same size and type.
3. Set the tire pressures to the recommended cold inflation values listed on the driver’s door jam.
4. Turn the ignition on.
Since 2008, every Honda vehicle is equipped with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System or TPMS. This system warns the driver of low pressures to help maintain vehicle safety and increase the life of the tires. This system has evolved from a direct system to an indirect system beginning with some models for the 2013 model year. What is the difference between direct and indirect TPMS and how do you know which version you have? Read on. (more…)