How do I check tire pressure on a Honda Accord from 2020?

I was driving my 2020 Honda Accord the other day and the tire pressure monitor light came on. I didn’t notice any difference when I was driving, but I want to make sure that I fix the problem as soon as possible. What do I do to check tire pressure on a Honda Accord from 2020?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
The tire pressure monitor system on your 2020 Accord lets you know if a tire has become dangerously underinflated, so checking your tires as soon as possible is important. To check tire pressure on a Honda Accord from 2020, follow these steps:
  1. Turn the Accord to Accessories mode.
  2. Open the driver’s side door and look at the door jamb. You should find the correct tire pressure listed here. Alternatively, you can check the owner’s manual.
  3. Find the valve stem on the tire and unscrew it.
  4. Press the tire gauge onto the valve stem. This should release some air and give you a psi reading on your tire gauge.
  5. Inflate with compressed air until you reach the correct psi level. You can also take air out of the tire by using the backside of the tire gauge.
  6. Check all your tires just to err on the side of caution.
If all goes well, you should find that your tire pressure monitor light turns off.
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