Making sure your Honda CR-V’s tires have enough air is really important. If they don’t, driving can be tricky and not safe. But if they have the right amount of air, it helps you save money on gas and makes driving your CR-V easier.

Your CR-V has something called TPMS. It uses sensors in each tire to see how much air is inside and how warm the tires are. These sensors tell the car’s computer, which checks if everything’s okay. When the air is too low, a warning light comes on in your car.

Sometimes, different things can make that light turn on. Maybe there’s a hole in the tire or a problem with the sensor. Sometimes, it happens when there’s too much air in the tires. No matter why it’s on, it’s really important to take it seriously and check the tire pressure right away.

How Do You Reset the Tire Pressure Light on 2011-2016 Honda CRV?

Step 1: Check Tire Pressure

Before anything else, check that all your tires (including the spare) have the right amount of air pressure recommended for your vehicle. You can find this info in your car manual or on the sticker inside the driver’s side doorjamb.

Step 2: Get an OBD-II Tool

You’ll need an OBD-II tool to reset the tire pressure light. This tool helps by scanning your tire pressure sensors and sending their IDs to your car’s computer.

Step 3: Scan Each Tire Sensor

Start with the LF tire and use your OBD-II tool to scan each sensor in this order: LF, RF, RR, LR (and the spare tire if your CRV has one). Make sure you’re close to each tire sensor for an accurate scan.

Step 4: Turn on the Ignition

Turn your car’s ignition to the ON position (not ACC, and keep the engine off). This lets the OBD-II tool communicate with your car’s computer.

Step 5: Connect the OBD-II Tool

Connect the OBD-II tool to your car’s OBD-II port securely. When the green light on the tool turns on, it means the connection is good and ready to upload sensor IDs.

Step 6: Upload Sensor IDs

Follow the instructions on the tool to upload the sensor IDs to your car’s computer. When it shows “RELEARN COMPLETE / IDS UPLOADED TO CAR,” it means the IDs are successfully uploaded.

Step 7: Drive and Monitor

To make sure the tire pressure light is reset, take your CRV for a drive at speeds above 25 MPH for 10–45 minutes. Keep an eye on the low tire pressure monitor light. If it turns off during this drive, your tire pressure has been reset successfully.

How Do You Clear the Tire Pressure Warning on 2016-2022 Honda CRV?

Resetting the tire pressure warning on your newer Honda CRV (2016 to current models) is quick and easy. Follow these simple steps: [1]

Step 1: Turn On Ignition, Keep Engine Off

First things first, make sure your car’s ignition switch is in the ON position without starting the engine. If your CRV has an automatic transmission, ensure the gear is in Park (P). For manual transmission, set it to Neutral (N).

Step 2: Press the HOME Button

Once the ignition is on, look for and press the HOME button on your dashboard.

Step 3: Select SETTINGS

From the options on your dashboard screen, find and select SETTINGS.

Step 4: Access VEHICLE Settings

Within the SETTINGS menu, locate and choose VEHICLE.


Now, find and select TPMS CALIBRATION from the VEHICLE settings.

Step 6: Initiate Calibration

To finish, select the Calibrate option from the TPMS CALIBRATION menu. This action will clear the tire pressure warning on your Honda CRV.

When to Perform Honda CR-V TPMS Reset?

You might notice the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) light turning on. This indicates it’s time to perform a reset. Here’s when and why you should reset it:

1. After Tire Rotation

Why? When tires move around, the TPMS gets confused.
What to do: Reset TPMS after rotating tires for proper sensor alignment.

2. Post Tire Replacement

Why? New tires need different settings, confusing sensors.
What to do: After changing tires, reset TPMS for accurate monitoring.

3. After Tire Repair

Why? Fixing a flat may disrupt the TPMS due to pressure changes.
What to do: Reset TPMS after fixing a flat to re-establish correct readings.

4. Following Battery Replacement

Why? Changing the battery can disrupt TPMS readings.
What to do: After a battery change, reset TPMS for accurate monitoring.

Additional Tips and Reminders

Making sure your Honda CR-V’s tire pressure is right is super important for safety and how well it works. Here are some easy tips:

First, check your tire pressure about once a month, especially before long trips. Tires lose air over time, which can make driving less safe and efficient.

Second, don’t put too much air in your tires. Too much air can wear them out faster and make your rides bumpy on the road.

Third, don’t ignore the TPMS warning light. If you do, your tires might go flat, or you could have an accident. Check your tire pressure and the TPMS system right away if that light comes on.

Lastly, if the warning light keeps coming back after you’ve reset it, something else might be wrong. Check the tire pressure again and ask a mechanic for help if you need it


I’ve learned that checking the tire pressure often and fixing any problems right away can save bigger headaches later. When your tires have the right pressure, it keeps you safer and saves fuel.

It’s not just about staying safe – it’s also about saving money on gas. But sometimes, even when the tires are okay, that pesky tire pressure light might still pop up.

So, keeping an eye on that tire pressure light in your Honda CR-V and making sure the pressure’s just right will help you drive safer and save some bucks too.