Reset Tire Pressure Monitoring System on 2012-2015 Honda Accord

Reset Tire Pressure Monitoring System on 2012-2015 Honda Accord – Honda finally give information related to the price of the model 2016 Accord, and Accord Coupe. Duo brand-new car was already on sale in the US later this month. Facelift model comes with a new front bumper design, LED fog lights and a change in the design alloy wheels. Honda sedan helped apply the aluminum hood, new rear bumper and revised taillights with LEDs.

Turning to the interior, Honda pinning entertainment features are centered on a 7-inch screen that supports Apple-CarPlay, and Android Auto. Accord is available in two engine options. 2.4-liter four-cylinder with Tk 185 and 245 Nm of torque and the 3.6-liter V6 engine that ejects power Tk 278 and 341 Nm of torque. Both engines were mated to a six-speed manual transmission, CVT or six-speed automatic.

Reset Tire Pressure Monitoring System on 2012-2015 Honda Accord:

To turning off the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) light on your 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Honda Accord, follow these steps:

  • Make sure the vehicle is at a complete stop, the shift lever is in N (for manual transmission) or the shift lever is in P (for Automatic transmission/CVT models)
  • Turn the engine switch off
  • Adjust the tire inflation pressure recommended on the tire placard located on the door panel.
  • Turn the engine switch to the “ON” position
  • Press the MENU button to enter the Vehicle Menu screen.
  • Select Customize Settings
  • Select TPMS Calibration
  • Select Yes and wait until the calibration process finishes

Models with information display:

  • Make sure the vehicle is at a complete stop, the shift lever is in N (for manual transmission) or the shift lever is in P (for Automatic transmission/CVT models)
  • Turn the engine switch off
  • Adjust the tire inflation pressure recommended on the tire placard located on the door panel.
  • Turn the engine switch to the “ON” position
  • Locate and press the TPMS button until the low tire pressure or TPMS indicator blinks twice.

For more details please check the following video:

Note: Calibration will complete after 20 minutes of cumulative driving at 30 to 60 mph. The procedure above can be applied to latest generations of Honda Accord (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015) models. Hopefully the article of Reset Tire Pressure Monitoring System on 2012-2015 Honda Accord useful for you.

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6 comments on “Reset Tire Pressure Monitoring System on 2012-2015 Honda Accord
  1. Ken Dalgarno says:

    We have a 2013 Honda SUV and we have our winter tire on a set of different wheels complete their own TPSM wheel monitors. So when we change the wheels twice a year then we have to take the car to the Honda dealer and they are going to start charging $30. to reset TPSM. If it requires me to reset my own and I do not require a computer to do it, I would think it should be possible to do my own.

  2. Xaimara Pereira says:

    Hi there:
    I have an Honda Accord EX-L 2015 which comes with 17′ wheel. I purchased the set of 4 wheels of 18′ (sport) and want to install it. My question is, how do I calibrate the new tire with the wheel? I heard 2015 models didn’t came with the TPMS in the valve. Please help! Thanks!

  3. George says:

    This might be true for the newer 2013 – 2015 Accords, which are using the indirect TPMS system. The 2012 Accord does not have a menu or a button for calibration, as it has a TPMS sensor in each rim. You need a special device (which is $2000-$3000) to reset and initialize the TPMS system after installing new sensors. And if you have winter tires with sensors, you need to do that every time you switch between winter and all season tires.

  4. Bhargav says:

    I have 2011 accord which does have tpms system but don’t have calibration/tpms reset feature.. What to do advise

    • beef cake says:

      just properly inflate tires, and drive. the TPMS light will go away.

      It only comes on when a tire is under-inflated.

    • Jerry says:

      I have the 2012 Honda Accord Se, and the TPMS system light comes on at various ti,es, for as little as 1 mile, or as many as 500. The dealer says this cannot be fixed (after I had the tire sensors replaced with he expensive Honda ones).
      My issue is that when roads are slippery, I sometimes need to disengage the traction control in order to accelerate by spinning the tires. Trust me, it is quicker than having the Traction Control engaged. The trouble is you cannot disengage it when the TPMS failure light is on, the systems are connected. Honda motors apparently has no fix, and will not turn off the system (they say it makes it unsafe- WHat do you think it is now?!?!)

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