TPMS sensors keep your vehicle in good operating condition by warning you when maintenance is required, such as fluid changes or tire rotations. Knowing the flashing and cleaning procedures will help you maintain your sensor system and ensure the proper performance of your car’s vital systems.
Make sure to have all necessary tools on hand before beginning work so that nothing gets damaged in the process – even a small mistake can be costly. Be sure to clean the sensor area once each year using a gentle detergent and warm water – never use alcohol or harsh chemicals, which could damage the surface permanently.
Follow these simple steps every time you change your oil, rotate your tires, or perform any other type of mechanical repair:
How To Reset Tpms Honda Civic 2014?
Here are the steps to follow if your Honda Civic has an information display:
Drive to a stop
Ensure that the engine is off
Make sure all four tires are inflated to the recommended pressure on the tire placard when they are cold.
On the door panel, there is a tire placard.
Without starting the engine, turn the ignition key to the “ON” position
Without touching the brake pedal, press the POWER button twice on your vehicle’s ignition button
The main menu can be accessed by pressing the MENU button
On the steering wheel, you’ll find the button
Use the +/- buttons to access the CUSTOMIZE SETTINGS menu
Select the menu by pressing the SOURCE button
Click on TPMS CALIBRATION
Press the SOURCE button to select a menu and the +/- buttons to scroll
You will see a confirmation message
To reset the TPMS, select YES
You can reset the sensor by driving at 50 mph or higher for 10 minutes. Once you turn your car on again, your sensor should reset.
If your Honda Civic has TPMS sensors, resetting them can fix a number of issues with the car, like inaccurate fuel gauge readings and poor brakes. There are several ways to reset TPMS on a Honda Civic 2014; it’s important to find the right method for your car model and make sure you do it correctly.
Follow the instructions that came with your car’s TPMS sensor or look online for tips before attempting to reset them yourself. Always remember to replace or re-calibrate any faulty sensors once they’ve been reset. Keep an eye out for warning lights in the dashboard if you have trouble with your Honda Civic’s TPMS system – resolving these problems could require a trip to a mechanic.
Warning. If you don’t follow the flashing procedure your tires will be at risk of losing air pressure, which could even lead to a blowout.
To reset your TPMS Honda Civic 2014, drive to a safe place with plenty of room to safely stop, turn off all engine lights including the headlights and taillights, disable the anti-theft system then wait 10 minutes for TPMS sensors to calibrate before driving again.
The calibration process may take up to 2 hours so make sure you have enough time when resetting your TPMS Honda Civic 2014. Remember that if any problem occurs while trying to reset or calibrate your TPMS Honda Civic 2014, do not hesitate in coming back into our dealership for assistance or replacing your tire(s).
Clean the entire exterior of your Honda Civic by using a pressure cleaner and bucket. Use a wax or sealant to protect the paint job while it is still wet.
Remove all dirt, dust, and other contaminants from around the car’s trim with an old toothbrush and lacquer thinner Wipe down all surfaces with a clean cloth to remove any residue Apply a new coat of protection if desired.
Where Is the TPMS Reset Button?
The TPMS reset button is located beneath the steering wheel. To change a tire, first, locate the TPMS reset button and then hold it in until the tire pressure light blinks three times.
Next release the button to reset your TPMS system. Make sure you replace all four tires when they need to be replaced. Always keep your vehicle’s TPMS system properly serviced to ensure accurate readings.
How Do You Reset the Tire Pressure Sensor 2014?
To reset the tire pressure sensor on a 2014 or newer vehicle, push and hold the “TPMS” button located on the driver’s side door trim panel for three seconds.
The waiting period before driving after resetting is two minutes. The location of the TPMS reset button is shown in the owner’s manual or under “Vehicle Features” on a car screen.
After pressing and holding the TPMS button for three seconds, wait two minutes before driving your car to ensure that all systems are functioning properly before moving forward.
What Should the Tire Pressure Be on a 2014 Honda Civic?
Make sure your front and rear tires are inflated to the correct pressure. Driving at a high speed can cause the air pressure in your tires to decrease, leading to overinflation.
If you’ve driven your car recently or changed the tire’s air pressure since New Year’s Day, check that the sensor is working properly by inflating each wheel separately and verifying that both read at 28 psi (2 bar).
A bad axle or shaft can also lead to low air pressures in a tire, often caused by metal on metal contact when turning a wheel fast enough; if this happens replace both axles as soon as possible.
Always keep an eye out for warning signs such as unusually noisy brakes, difficulty accelerating or steering, poor fuel economy, etc, which could indicate trouble with one of your wheels/axles.
If your Honda Civic 2014 is experiencing issues with its transmission, you may need to reset the Tpms sensor. This procedure should only be performed if there are no other obvious problems with the car’s transmission, and it should only take a few minutes.
If you have any questions about how to reset the Tpms sensor on your Honda Civic 2014, don’t hesitate to ask us in the comments below.