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I am getting a set of winter tires tomorrow for my relatively new 2019 LX. It is the first time I am changing the tires on my vehicle and I've been reading up on TPMS. I was just wondering if anyone here can confirm that a)I don't need rims/tire set with special sensors and b)if I follow the reset procedure, I will not have the TPMS light on the whole winter. Any info would help, Thanks!
 

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I thought all newer Hondas use the 'indirect' TPMS system (no wheel sensors).

You will probably need to recalibrate your TPMS system. Method varies among trim levels...Should be in the owners manual. This will need to be performed after tire rotations, as well. (It's easy)

Have you downloaded the 600+ page FULL manual from the Honda OwnerLink?

 
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