How do I check the tire pressure on a Honda CR-V from 2017?

My TPMS light just came on in my CR-V, so I know my tire pressure is off. How do I manually check the tire pressure?

Melanie Johnson · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
To check the tire pressure on a Honda CR-V from 2017, you’ll need a tire pressure gauge. Then, follow these steps:
  • Remove the valve stem cap from the tire you wish to check.
  • Press the tire pressure gauge against the valve stem and keep adjusting until you don’t hear any air escaping.
  • After you receive a reading on the gauge, repeat the process. You may get an inaccurate reading the first time, so it’s best to double-check.
If this seems too complicated, you can also take your SUV to a trusted mechanic!
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