Acura CSX 2008-2012 Tire Pressure Sensor Relearn
Tire pressure monitoring system TPMS reset and relearn tutorial on Acura CSX from the year 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012.
No special tools are required to perform this relearned procedure.
A properly formatted TPMS scan tool can be used for an alternate method. Sensor Relearn Procedure without a properly formatted TPMS scan tool:
Sensor Relearn Procedure without a scan tool
- Ensure tires are inflated to the pressure indicated on the tire placard.
- Drive vehicle for at least 15 minutes above 30mph in order for the system to learn new sensor IDs.
Sensor Relearn Procedure with a properly formatted TPMS scan tool:
- Starting with the LF (Left front) tire, use the scan tool to scan each sensor in the following order: LF (Left Front), RF (Right front), RR (right rear), LR (Left rear) & full-size spare (if equipped).
- Turn ignition to the ON POSITION.
- Connect scan tool to OBDII port and upload sensor IDs.
- Turn ignition to the OFF position and unplug the scan tool.
- To turn off the flashing TPMS light, with the ENGINE RUNNING, scan each sensor again and drive the vehicle for 10 minutes above 30mph.
About Acura CSX
The CSX is not a rebadged JDM/international Honda Civic. Instead, Honda Japan chose the Canadian-designed CSX as the template for the Civic sold in the Japanese and international markets.The CSX uses the same chassis as the 2006-2011 North American market Honda Civic Sedan. Differentiating the Acura from its mainstream North American counterpart include a slightly longer nose with shaped headlamp clusters, a full-width lower air intake and a slight crease up the hood’s centreline. At the rear, jewelled taillamps and the shaping of the trunk’s sheet metal contrast the upscale-marketed CSX from the Civic.
The CSX shares some features with the JDM Civic, most notably the 2.0 L DOHC i-VTEC engine rated at 155 hp (116 kW) at 6,000 rpm and 139 lb⋅ft (188 N⋅m) at 4500 rpm. Also shared with the JDM Civic are the front and rear fascias; the steering wheel design is used in Japanese, European, and American-market Civic models.
The CSX went on sale in November 2005 as a 2006 model. The 2006 CSX was introduced in 3 trims: Touring (the base model), Premium, and Premium + Navi. Standard features on the touring model include 16-inch alloy wheels, anti-lock brakes, side and curtain airbags, leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, paddle shifters for automatic transmission models, heated door mirrors with integrated turn signals, 6-speaker audio system with CD/MP3/WMA capability, automatic climate control, cruise control, chrome door handles, and 60/40 split folding rear seats. Key additions in the Premium model included high-intensity discharge (HID) headlights, leather upholstery, heated front seats, a power moonroof, and an in-dash 6 disc CD changer. The Navi model was only available as an upgrade to the Premium trim, adding a bilingual voice-activated navigation system, illuminated steering wheel controls, and a digital audio card reader. The navigation system and HID headlamps are among the features not available for Honda Civics sold in Canada.
The resulting car is 62 kg (137 lb) to 88 kg (194 lb) heavier than the Civic EX sedan, with fuel consumption raised to 8.7 litres per 100 kilometres (32 mpg‑imp; 27 mpg‑US) city, 6.4 litres per 100 kilometres (44 mpg‑imp; 37 mpg‑US) highway for the manual model; and 9.5 litres per 100 kilometres (30 mpg‑imp; 25 mpg‑US) city, 6.5 litres per 100 kilometres (43 mpg‑imp; 36 mpg‑US) highway for the automatic model. The CSX uses regular unleaded gasoline (Min 87 AKI), while the Type S model uses premium gasoline (Min 91 AKI). (Source Wiki)