Understanding Your Honda's Tire Pressure Monitoring System

There are so many warning and maintenance lights that can come on during your daily drive. Each has its own meaning, and it helps to know what to do when those warnings illuminate. Here, you can learn more about the Tire Pressure Monitoring System light, or TPMS. Be sure to contact one of our professionals with any questions.

The Warning Light

We all know that feeling when a warning light illuminates behind your steering wheel. The TPMS light looks like a tire with an exclamation mark on it. This means that a tire or multiple has lower pressure than needed. This can lead to less-efficient driving or even a more dangerous commute, depending on how low your tires are.

Servicing Your Tires

Customers can handle this light with relative ease. We encourage you to stop as soon as possible after your TPMS light comes on. You can use a tire gauge to monitor your pressure as you refill your tires. Some newer Honda models have a Tire Fill Assist feature that will tell you when your tires are at the perfect level. Make sure you match your tire's pressure to whatever your model's needs are.

Professional Assistance

Our team is always here to help you with your needs. Whether it's about your tires, oil, brakes, or anything else, we will make sure that you get the fix you are looking for. Feel free to schedule your service visit over the phone or with our digital tool soon.

Visit Our Service Center in Dallas Today

There is nothing we can't handle at our service center in Dallas. Visit us soon and get your tires pumped up to the appropriate level. Be sure you aren't driving with the TPMS light on for too long. We look forward to working with you soon.


John Eagle Honda of Dallas

5311 Lemmon Avenue
Directions Dallas, TX 75209

  • Call Us: 214-646-1564

Service Hours

  • Monday 7:00AM-6:00PM
  • Tuesday 7:00AM-6:00PM
  • Wednesday 7:00AM-6:00PM
  • Thursday 7:00AM-6:00PM
  • Friday 7:00AM-6:00PM
  • Saturday 7:00AM-5:00PM
  • Sunday Closed