Reset Tire Pressure Warning Light on 2012-2015 Honda CR-V

Reset Tire Pressure Warning Light on 2012-2015 Honda CR-V – Honda is known for a strong performance and body with attractive design and offers new features every appearance. Features that we’re talking about here, not a regular feature, but more to the advanced and latest features are only adopted by the manufacturer alone, which makes the car be to have more appeal than others. In addition to having more attraction, Cars launched recently by Honda under the name CR-V earn the title as the best SUV car by one of the famous magazine.

Honda CR-V itself is an upgrade from its predecessor, which in the previous version, this car has to be the best, especially now, which is equipped with the latest and advanced features in it. Upgrades are done on the Honda CR-V is significant, in fact you could say the Honda is doing massive changes, where you can see the zoom once the box, now more towards aerodynamics. With this form of luxury that can not be abandoned, because the SUV is more known elements of luxury and performance that is higher than other types of cars.

How to Reset Tire Pressure Warning Light on 2012-2015 Honda CR-V:

To turning off the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) light on your 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Honda CR-V, 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 CR-V (2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015) models. Hopefully the article of Reset Tire Pressure Warning Light on 2012-2015 Honda CR-V useful for you.

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8 comments on “Reset Tire Pressure Warning Light on 2012-2015 Honda CR-V
  1. Bailey says:

    Hello,

    There is no TPMS button and when you go through the ‘steering wheel’ functions, the TPMS does not blink twice nor can you choose ‘calibrate’. (2015 HONDA CRV).

  2. Leonard Conner says:

    I couldn’t locate it either. I got the light off but think I turned off the monitoring state as it doesn’t warn me if low tire pressure anymore.

    • Donna Caillet says:

      I brought my 2015 CRV three times to the dealer and each time they reset the calibration and the light stayed off less than 10 miles. On the fourth time I asked for the service manager and you know they did the same thing and then brought me the keys. I asked what they had done and they said reset the calibration so I said you just did that last week. They escorted me to the service manager’s office and he started looking online and came up with that they had a software update and supposed to have done that. I haven’t driven it enough miles yet but if that was the fix, wonder why the service department didn’t know anything about it until 4 trips. Had a 2013 just like it and never had trouble and will drive it a little more before I know if it’s fixed. Car has 9,000 miles and has had this issue over 90% of the time I’ve had the car. Other than that, Honda is still the best bargain and I really like the free roadside assistance.

  3. Kare says:

    Tire pressure warning light was on for months. Finally got tired and held it in for two minutes and t went off. Someone told me light probably burned out. Possibility?

  4. Ray Shamus says:

    I have a 2015 CRV. I filled the tires to 32 PSI, pressed the reset tire pressure light and it went off. A minute later it came on. I rechecked the tire pressure 3 more times and reset the pressure light with the same result. I filled the tires to 35 PSI with the same results. I am calling the service department but I fear they will be no help after reading your comments.

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