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How do You Reset Tire Pressure on a Honda Civic From 2019?

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Sam Rakestraw

Answered On Jan 3, 2023

· Answered On Jan 3, 2023

Sometimes your 2019 Honda Civic can give you a false tire pressure reading. Resetting the tire pressure indicator is easy and a matter of pushing the right buttons. Here is how:

  • Without starting the engine, switch your Honda Civic to accessories mode. 
  • Select the settings on the center console. 
  • Select the vehicle option. 
  • Select the TPMS calibration option. 
  • Select calibrate. 
  • The calibration will start when indicated by the screen and should allow a couple of minutes for it to complete. 
  • Tire pressure light is off and reset. 

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