Tire Pressure For 2013 Honda Accord

Your 2013 Honda accord‘s recommended tire pressure can be found in either its
owner’s manual or on a sticker in the driver door jamb. Be sure to regularly inspect
and inflate them to the recommended pressure for optimal performance.
Underinflated tires lead to poor handling, increased braking distances and shorter
tire lifespan. Maintaining proper tires pressure can improve fuel economy, increase
traction and enhance vehicle safety.

Tire Pressure For 2013 Honda Accord
Tire Pressure For 2013 Honda Accord

Tire Pressure Monitoring System

Your Accord comes equipped with a Tires Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). This
system monitors each tire for air pressure changes and will alert you as soon as one
drops below optimal. Maintaining proper air pressure levels in all four tires of your
vehicle for safety and performance reasons is key.
If the warning light for your tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) illuminates, find
a safe place to pull over and use a tire gauge to inspect each of your tires’ air
pressure levels compared to what the manufacturer suggests (psi).
Don’t forget that tires pressure fluctuates with temperature changes. For instance, if
you add air to your tires on a warm 90-degree summer day and then experience
sudden drop in temperatures overnight with cold front, your tires pressure could fall
precipitously, possibly prompting your TPMS warning light to illuminate even though
this low pressure is seasonal instead of due to leakage – in this instance the sensor
must be reset immediately.

Tire Pressure Reset Button

Your 2013 Honda’s tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) serves a crucial purpose.
It tracks your tire pressure, notifies you when they need refilling and automatically
resets itself afterwards – including alerting you if your tires have become deflated or
have recently been filled up. When activated, its light may appear indicating when
this has happened or reset itself afterwards.
If the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) light on your vehicle has illuminated
and won’t go away, try inflating them according to the owner’s manual or using an
accurate tires pressure gauge (not gas station pumps!). Follow the resetting steps.
If your TPMS light stays illuminated even after being reset, this could indicate a
problem with one or more sensors or batteries. Bring your Honda to Auffenberg
Dealer Group so we can diagnose and address the issue for you. Plus, with service
specials offered near Voorhees you could save even more on auto care near
Voorhees! Contact us to arrange service today or use our convenient online
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Low Tire Pressure Light

Whenever your Honda Accord tires become under-inflated, its Tires Pressure
Monitoring System (TPMS) will notify you with an alert by flashing its tire pressure
light on the dashboard. Do not ignore this important safety feature! Once inflated to
their recommended psi level, this light should turn off.
Tire pressure sensors installed in each wheel of your vehicle will track air pressure
inside of its tires. When one or more tire pressure monitors light up, it indicates
underinflation which affects handling, braking and fuel efficiency.
Under-inflated or low tire pressure can lead to premature wear on tread and
sidewalls as well as flat tires. To protect against this possibility, regularly check tire
pressure with a gauge; otherwise TPMS light might keep coming on and require

Tire Pressure Sensor Replacement

Honda TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) sensors embedded within each tire
send a wireless signal back to the control module when they detect low air pressure,
alerting it when one or more tires drop below their recommended tire pressure
setting. This feature serves as an important safety measure as underinflated tires
can be dangerous while driving.
A great way to tackle this problem is adding air to the tires and resetting the TPMS
warning light. Also, regularly checking air pressure is advised during varying
weather conditions – manufacturers’ suggestions will often be listed on an interior
door panel sticker.
Indirect Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems are calibrated to work with the exact tire
size and type that came on your vehicle when purchased, however if you change to
different tires you may require reconfiguration by your dealer or auto parts store in
order for the sensors to function as intended.

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