I just bought this vehicle about over 2 months now. Second owner, purchased from a dealership.
The first time I noticed the issue after a few weeks of driving since purchased. When it was idle from either cold start or normal driving, there was noticeable backfiring from the exhaust. It...
I understand that there are two types of TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System):
Direct: Use pressure sensor to measure pressure directly and send it to ECU.
In-direct: Use revolution of wheels to decide if pressure of the wheel is low.
Which way does 9th gen civic use? Thank you so much...
I recently upgraded my stock 15" wheels to a brand new set of Stock 2014 Si 18" wheels.
The stock 15” rims still; have the stock TPMS sensors in them.And as we all know, the stock 2014 Si 18” rims no longer have the TPMS sensorsinstalled in the rim. The issue I’m am now having is every 3...
I'm having this problem with my Si:
While driving in the freeway, the engine will abruptly loss power and all the lights on the dashboard will turn on including:Cold, low tire pressure, check engine, steering wheel and in the iMid display I will see:
"Check TPMS system" "Check...
Does anyone know if the TPMS sensors from a 2012 Civic LX w/ steel 15" wheels will fit in 17" Si wheels? I am going to Honda tomorrow to have them "swapped" if they can do it if not ill be buying some new ones for the new wheels. I just wanna know what to expect.
This topic should provide detailed information on TPMS as installed on the 9th gen Civic, and is meant as a reference.
What is TPMS?
TPMS stands for Tire Pressure Monitoring System. When your tire pressure falls below a threshold, either due to a slow leak or just atmospheric changes (1 psi...
Anyone have first hand experience with the traction control on a new Civic, i.e. what it feels like, is it effective, when it engages, what it does?
I have first hand experience with it on a Mustang GT. It doesn't do a damn thing, especially when it badly needed. No more Ford. :wigglesmiley:
Think I found a way to update it myself in the event of switching out wheels (lol...worth it if you do it 100 times or more):