How do you reset the tire pressure light on a 2016 Honda Accord?

Is there an easy way to reset the tire pressure light on a Honda Accord from 2016? I filled up the tires last week and my mechanic told me the tires are fine. I have a touchscreen if that makes a difference.

Since you’ve already had your tires refilled and checked by a mechanic, you probably just have a faulty tire pressure light. Follow these steps to reset the tire pressure light in your 2016 Honda Accord:
  • Since you have a touch screen, begin by selecting Settings.
  • From there, you should find and select the Vehicle option.
  • That should take you to a new list of options, where you should tap TPMS Calibration.
  • Finally, select Calibrate.
  • Once you do, your tire pressure light should turn off!
Remember, your tire pressure light usually indicates low pressure in one or more tire/s. Driving with a deflated tire could put you at a higher risk of flat tires or uneven tire wear. In a worst-case scenario, your tire could pop—leaving you stranded on the side of the road.
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Liz Jenson
Answered on Oct 28, 2021

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