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Honda S2000 2008-2009 TPMS Reset

Honda S2000 2008-2009TPMS Reset

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Honda S2000 2008-2009 TPMS Reset

The Honda S2000 was a roadster that was manufactured by Japanese company Honda from 1999 to 2009. First shown as a concept car at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1995, the production version was launched in April 1999 to celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary. The S2000 is named for its engine displacement of two liters, carrying on in the tradition of the S500, S600, and S800 roadsters of the 1960s.

Several revisions were made throughout the car’s lifetime, including changes to the engine, gearbox, suspension, interior and exterior. Officially two variants exist: the initial launch model was given the chassis code AP1, though cosmetically similar, the facelifted version (known as the AP2 in the US) incorporated significant changes to the drivetrain and suspension. Production of the S2000 ceased in June 2009. In Japan, it was exclusively sold through the Honda Verno sales channel.

ok! ok! ok! Please follow the tpms reset procedure below!

Honda S2000 2008-2009 Tpms Reset – Tire Pressure Monitoring System Reset
1. A properly formatted scan tool is required to learn new sensor IDs when replacing sensors.
2. After sensor IDs are registered to vehicle, the MIL will flash until the vehicle is driven and the sensors IDs are received by the vehicle.
3. This process could take 1-1 O miles of continuous driving.

 

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Honda Ridgeline 2006-2014 TPMS Reset

Honda Ridgeline 2006-2014 TPMS Reset

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Honda Ridgeline 2006-2014 TPMS Reset

The Honda Ridgeline is a sport utility truck (SUT) by Honda, North America and is categorized by some as a lifestyle pickup. The Ridgeline is one of only two trucks produced by the automaker, the second being the Honda Acty mini-truck. The Honda Ridgeline is built using a unibody frame with a transvers-mounted engine, four-wheel independent suspension, flat cabin floor, flat truck bed, dual-action tailgate, an In-Bed Trunk, all-wheel drive —as well as front-wheel drive for select 2017-2018 U.S. models—, and is only offered in a crew-cab/short-box configuration.[The first Honda Ridgeline went on sale in March 2005 as a 2006 model. This SUT was initially built by Honda of Canada Manufacturing until 2009 when assembly was relocated to Honda Manufacturing of Alabama. Production of the first generation Honda Ridgeline ended in mid-2014.[5] After a two-year hiatus, a newly redesigned second generation Honda Ridgeline went on sale in late June 2016 as a 2017 model.

According to Honda, the Ridgeline was not designed to steal sales from the more traditional trucks sold in North America, but was developed to “give the 18% of Honda owners who also own pickups a chance to make their garages a Honda-only parking area.” Despite the first generation Ridgeline’s low sales numbers,[8] this SUT was one of the more profitable vehicles for Honda. According to a Bloomberg interview, Honda has sold the Ridgeline in over 20 countries.

Some journalists have reported that the first and second generation Honda Ridgelines are built on vehicle platforms shared by the Honda Pilot and Honda Odyssey. According to Honda, the first generation Ridgeline was a uniquely engineered vehicle with only 7% of its components shared with Honda’s global light truck platform and 5% shared exterior components. Its powertrain resembled that found in the 2006 Acura MDX but was heavily modified for hauling and towing. The second generation Ridgeline took a different approach modeling it after the third generation (2016) Honda Pilot. However, Honda engineers did have to make significant modifications including: extending the wheelbase; modifying components to support heavier hauling, towing, and more aggressive off-road use;] incorporating the features that made the first generation popular (such as the dual-action tailgate and In-Bed Trunk); and adding new features that are exclusive to the second generation Ridgeline (such as Honda’s new in-bed audio system).Despite these modifications, Honda has stated that 73% of the 2017 Ridgeline’s components remain common in some way with the 2016 Pilot.

Please follow the tpms relearn and reset instruction below.

Honda Ridgeline 2006-2014 Tpms Reset – Tire Pressure Monitoring System Reset
1. Ensure all tires are inflated to the pressure listed on the tire placard.
2. Drive vehicle at speeds above 15 mph for a minimum of 40 seconds. Sensor ID’s will be learned automatically.
3. This process could take 1-10 miles of continuous driving.

 

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