"Why’s That Tire Pressure Light Turning On and Where Can I Have it Fixed?"

November 17th, 2017 by

If you’ve noticed that your Honda car, truck or SUV’s TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) light has turned on even though your vehicle’s tire pressure is perfectly normal, don’t worry. This happens at times with the colder fall and winter nights.

To fix it, simply stop by the service center here at Voss Honda and we’ll be happy to have one of our technicians take care of it right away.

If you’re unfamiliar with the light or how to check your vehicle’s tire pressure, here is what to do. The light is shaped a little like a horseshoe with an exclamation point in the center of it. When this appears on your dashboard, you can use a tire pressure gauge that you have on hand, or stop at a gas station that offers air for tire fill ups.

Check your tire pressure by using the gauge provided and consult your owner’s manual to find the recommended pressure. If the tire falls within the recommended range (meaning it doesn’t seem to need additional air) then we recommend you bring your vehicle in to have one of our technicians look the system over and reset it if necessary.

You’ll find our dealership located conveniently in Tipp City, OH, where we look forward to serving you soon with even more helpful features like how to connect and use your HondaLink app, and so much more!
Source: Voss Honda

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