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Old 01-04-2010, 11:45 AM
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How to get codes and clear TPMS light?

My TPMS light went on, but my code reader (Scanguage) doesn't detect any codes. Will only the honda scanner read those codes?
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Old 01-04-2010, 05:13 PM
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i think you physically need the TPMS RF modules in order to 'clear' the codes.

during the winter my GE has TPMS come on due to snow tire set i have without the TPMS modules...and in the spring when i put the stockers back on the TPMS light goes away automatically.
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Old 06-08-2010, 10:20 AM
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Thumbs up Well, I had the same lamp

Originally Posted by CptanPanic View Post
My TPMS light went on, but my code reader (Scanguage) doesn't detect any codes. Will only the honda scanner read those codes?
I still have in front of me the bill, just 3 days ago, $137 bugs. Could be TPMS receiver or any of the 4 for sensor in your tires, mine was tire #3



If you are a lucky boy check your TPMS fuse,if not, you already Know
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i have a 2010 honda fit sport. while i was doing the paper work they were cleaning it and im assuming they put air in the tires without checking the psi. an hour after i was home the light came on "TPMS" this morning i went out there with a tire gauge and all the tires were well over 33 psi so i let some air out and drove it maybe 1/2 a mile and the light came off. The light will come on if too much air is in the tires
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