How To Reset Tire Pressure TPMS Light on Honda Accord (2013-2020)

How To Reset Tire Pressure TPMS Light on Honda Accord (2013-2020) – The Honda Accord is a mid-range car from the Japanese car manufacturer Honda. As the ninth generation, the tenth generation is no longer offered in Europe. With the introduction of the model, the coupé version was dropped, so that the Accord is only sold as a four-door notchback sedan.

Honda presented the new Accord on July 14, 2017. In the United States, the vehicle has been sold since October 18, 2017, the Canadian market followed on October 27, 2017. The Accord tenth generation is powered by a 1.5 or 2.0-liter gasoline engine or a hybrid variant. In contrast to the previous model, a six-cylinder engine is no longer available.

How To Reset Tire Pressure TPMS Light on Honda Accord (2013-2020)

How To Reset Tire Pressure TPMS Light on Honda Accord (2013-2020)

Do you get a warning light after changing a tire or TPMS sensor on your 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Honda Accord? If so, you need to reset the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) on your car. Depending on the vehicle model you have, here are a few ways to reset the TPMS.

2013-2017 Models

There are 3 ways to reset TPMS on the old Honda Accord (2008-2017 model years). All three have different ways. Please choose 1 of the three ways below according to your vehicle specifications.

With Information Display

Time needed: 7 minutes.

Follow these steps for the Honda Accord equipped with information display:

  1. Stop the vehicle

    Turn off the engine

  2. Adjust the cold tire pressure in all four tires recommended on the tire placard

    The tire placard located on the door panel.

  3. Turn the ignition key to the “ON” position without starting the engine

    If your vehicle has an ignition button, press the POWER button twice without touching the brake pedal

  4. Go to VEHICLE SETTINGS menu by using the ▲▼ navigation button and then press the SEL/RESET button to enter

    The button is located on the steering wheel

  5. Select TPMS CALIBRATION

    Press the SEL/RESET button to select the menu

  6. Select CALIBRATE

    Use the ▲▼ navigation button to scroll, and the SEL/RESET button to select

With TPMS Button

If your vehicle is equipped with a TPMS SET button, please press and hold the button until the TPMS indicator blinks twice after adjusting the cold tire pressure on all four tires recommended on the tire placard. The button is located on the left side of the steering wheel.

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With Audio Display

  • Stop the vehicle and adjust the tire inflation pressure recommended on the tire placard
  • Turn ON the ignition without starting the engine
  • Press the SETTINGS or DISP button
  • Select VEHICLE SETTINGS
  • Select TPMS CALIBRATION
  • Select CALIBRATE

2018-2020 Models

There are 2 ways to reset TPMS on the new Honda Accord (2018-2020 model years). Both are through the audio screen but in a different way. Please choose 1 of the two ways below according to your vehicle specifications.

Models With Color Audio

  • Stop the vehicle and adjust the tire inflation pressure recommended on the tire placard
  • Turn ON the ignition without starting the engine
  • Press the MENU/ CLOCK button
  • Select the SETTINGS menu by using the dial button
  • Select VEHICLE SETTINGS
  • Select TPMS CALIBRATION
  • Select CALIBRATE

Models with Touchscreen Display

  • Make sure you have adjusted the tire pressure recommended on the tire placard
  • Turn ON the ignition without starting the engine
  • Press the HOME button
  • Select the SETTINGS
  • Select VEHICLE
  • Select TPMS CALIBRATION
  • Select CALIBRATE

TPMS calibration process will complete after 30 minutes driving between 30-60 mph (48-97 km/h). It will finish automatically.

These instructions are based on the Honda owner’s manual. This procedure should apply to the ninth and tenth generation of Honda Accord (2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 model years). Hopefully, the article How To Reset Tire Pressure TPMS Light on Honda Accord (2013-2020) can solve your problem. Good Luck!