Honda Accord: TPMS Control Unit Replacement - TPMS - Suspension - Honda Accord MK8 2008-2012 Service ManualHonda Accord: TPMS Control Unit Replacement

NOTE: Make sure the TPMS control unit mounting bracket is not bent or twisted as this may affect its communication with the tire pressure sensors.

1. Turn the ignition switch to LOCK (0).

2. Remove the flange bolt (A), then remove the TPMS control unit (B) with the bracket (C).

NOTE: The TPMS control unit is located over the accelerator pedal module.

3. Disconnect the TPMS control unit connector (D).


3. Disconnect the TPMS control unit connector (D).

4. Remove the TPMS control unit (A) from the bracket (B).

NOTE: To disconnect the TPMS control unit from its bracket, insert a small flat-tipped screwdriver (C) between the TPMS control unit and the bracket to release the hook (D), then slide out the TPMS control unit.

5. Install the TPMS control unit in the reverse order of


5. Install the TPMS control unit in the reverse order of removal.

NOTE: Make sure the TPMS control unit is properly installed. You will hear a click when the TPMS control unit is securely mounted on the bracket.

6. Connect the HDS, and memorize the tire pressure sensor IDs using the TPMS tool (see page 18-60).

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