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Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

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2009 Pilot shown for demonstration purposes.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

Since an underinflated tire impedes handling and can be a safety hazard, the Tire Pressure Monitoring System uses pressure sensors mounted in each wheel that send readings to a central electronic control unit. The system then evaluates whether the pressure is up to an acceptable range. If a reading is sufficiently below the recommended level, the Pilot will alert the driver through the Multi-Information Display (MID) located on the instrument panel. On models equipped with the navigation system, the problem tire will be indicated, along with the individual pressure, for all four tires. The pressure display can be accessed any time, using the MID controls on the steering wheel. As useful as TPMS is, it is still recommended that you manually check your tires on a regular basis.

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