How to Turn Off Tire Pressure Light on Your Honda Civic: A Comprehensive Guide

This is my 2018 Honda Civic LX, the 10th generation Civic, and in this video, I’m going to show you how to turn off the annoying tire pressure light.

The LX is the lowest trim level on the Civic, and resetting the tire light is really easy to do on this model. Of course, check the pressure or add air in your tires before doing this reset.

Once your tires are good, locate the tire pressure reset button to the left of the steering wheel. It’s the same symbol as the light on the dashboard. All you have to do is press and hold this button for about 5 seconds. At that point, the light will blink two times and turn off. The manual also says you have to drive about 30 minutes for the TPMS system to fully recalibrate.

If you have a higher trim level, the process is a little bit different and you have to go through the touchscreen on the radio. But if you have the LX model, just follow the directions I showed you.

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