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Tyre pressure warning

Hi. Halfway through my commute to Manchester this morning the tyre pressure warning monitor flashed up on my IMID. Manual is at home and was wondering if anyone out there knows the correct tyre pressure for the 9th gen 2.2 idtec?
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OPen your passenger door and look on the column.
This is where the tyre pressure chart is on the 8th gen

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Ill give that a go on my way home. Thanks for that.
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I'd first check you haven't got a slow puncture !

The Honda system works on calculating the rotation speed of all wheels since it was last calibrated.
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Did you switch to winter tyres recently? My 8th gen goes crazy when i change tyres, the warning always comes on at the first motorway run (probably because the winter tyres are a different dimension from the summer ones). I go check the pressure, it's always a-ok, then I do a reset.
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If ever you change a tyre/wheel you should reset the deflation warning system to 'let it know' you've changed wheels
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