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Old 09-11-2008, 01:43 PM   #1
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Default TPMS light on, how to take remove the light

On the 08's does anyone know how to take the TPMS light out?
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Default Re: TPMS light on, how to take remove the light (hondaracer4vtec)

put air in your tires.... Click the image to open in full size.
there is a tpms module that communicates, with your cluster and ecu so it's alot easier to just put your pressure over 30psi and don't run over any nails!!!
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I swapped my sensors from my stock wheels to aftermarket wheels....Discount Tire did it....I think it is like an air bag(saftey feature) and can not be disabled but not an expert...Some Tech. here should have the answer...Good Luck
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if its the actual "TPMS" light then there is something wrong wit the sensors or something else and it has stored a code, bring it to the dealer so they can see wuts wrong wit it and fix/clear the code...if its just the low tire pressure indicator then ur just low on air pressure
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Old 09-12-2008, 07:49 AM   #5
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No there is nothing wrong with the tires just that one rim was off my car for over an hour and the computer needs to re read it.

The air is good all 33psi no leaks. Just needs to re set to reboot the system i guess.

Will removing my battery do anything?
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OP... have you read your owners manual as yet by any chance?
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Yeah, is it in there? I might of over read it?

MSchu, did yours come on when you changed the springs or wheels for that matter?
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from my experience, it should reset itself. just drive around and it should go away. if not, maybe the dealer can reset.
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Yeah, is it in there? I might of over read it?

MSchu, did yours come on when you changed the springs or wheels for that matter?
yeah.. my tps light is on full time.

I had thought that I read somewhere that a service tech may need to do a re-learn. but then someone else has told me that the system will re-acquire the sensors after a short while. not sure who to believe in this instance, the manual or an online forumite...
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Mine is still on for about a month now, guess its not re learning then.
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Then you need to take the car in and have the tech use a sensor initializer tool...
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