Honda's Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

Friday, January 14, 2011 by Hunter Leffel
Honda Civic Si with Kosei K1 TS wheelsIf you want to personalize your 2007+ Honda with wheels and tires, Tire Rack has a wide variety of styles and sizes. 

How do you update your tire pressure monitoring system?

You can purchase a second set of sensors when you buy your wheels. We offer Original Equipment replacements for Honda vehicles. Prices vary by application. 

We can install the new sensors onto the wheels, however Honda vehicles need to be taken to the dealership to do a reset on the system. This reset has to be done every time wheels and tires are switched, in the case of a summer/winter scenario. There will be an additional charge at the dealership to do the reset. This charge can vary greatly by dealership. 

TPMS Warning LightIf you choose not to have sensors installed, the low pressure light will be on at all times and you will not have notification of low tire pressure. Some states require that Original Equipment TPMS is functional to pass inspection. In addition, if your vehicle is equipped with stability control it cannot be switched off without a functioning TPMS.

Comments on Honda's Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

Monday, January 2, 2012 by Eddie:
tirerack sells the ATEQ VT15, can I just buy that and reset the system myself?
Saturday, June 15, 2013 by jose gonzalez:
how much is the ATEQ VT15
Monday, June 17, 2013 by Hunter:
Hi Jose,
Our current price onthe VT15 is $110 plus about $10 to ship it inside the continental USA.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 by Mike:
I need 4 TPMS for 2013 Honda Odyssey.
Do you carry them? How much? and How much to ship to Canada or to Buffalo.
Thursday, October 31, 2013 by Hunter:
Hi Mike,
The sensors are $33 each for the Odyssey. Give us a call at 800 428 8355 to work the different shipping scenarios

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