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Hit curb and tore tire so used emergency tire repair can. After new tire was fitted reset tpms but now have this error. Any ideas please?


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Thanks. I've reset it 5 times. The check system message comes back on after a few minutes. I think the tpms sensor is not working and or damaged.

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That's what I wondered. Can it be cleaned or unclogged?

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No ESP or ABS problems.

Could the impact to the curb cause the fault?


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I think this one may be a dealer job - It doesn't seem to be the ABS Sensor at fault; Doesn't seem to be the software (As far as you can action) as It's had multiple resets.

As I type this, I've had one other thought - Is the replacement tyre of the same design as the others / Did you get an axle pair? is there a difference, however subtle (1mm of wear difference) between the wheels? As the sensor works with rotational velocity, a different diameter will play havock.
 

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It's not the same design and it was a single not a pair. There's about 2mm of wear difference. Can it not cope with that?

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I had this message when I put my space saver on

I just ignored it as it's obvious the space saver would have a different circumference.

Once the original wheel was back on I reinitialised and it was fine.

I'm guessing the message means that the two wheels are too far apart in circumference for the system to cope with
 

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It's not the same design and it was a single not a pair. There's about 2mm of wear difference.
I just ignored it as it's obvious the space saver would have a different circumference.

Once the original wheel was back on I reinitialised and it was fine.
Hypothesis proven :D

I think this will be the answer; I think you may be best served by grabbing a second wheel of the same design so you have an axle pair. That should sort it out, as I'd imagine that rolling resistances are averaged across axle due to differing wear rates front / rear; though for confirmation you could probably contact Honda UK.
 

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Not sure on 10G civics, but don't they have lil arm with a rotation sensor.. these feeds a signal to the ecu and it does it based on ave movement over a given time, thus, if it down on a corner, it sees a different signal value..
 

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The dealer swapped the tires and reset it. Charged me £60. Fixed the issue but now steering wheel is out of alignment slightly.

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Could be damaged abs sensor. I did the same with kerb and along with rear axle damage the sensor needed replacement

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If alignment is out and it was a rear wheel its likely you have axle damage also.

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And the bad news is the repairs for mine totaled over €2000. Get it to honda dealer asap

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