Honda & Acura TPMS Collision Repair

Course format: Online
I-CAR Credit Hours: 1 hour
Estimated Duration: 1 hour
Gold Class: $38.00
Platinum: $38.00
Standard: $46.00

This course is an Annual Training option for the following roles:
Electrical/Mechanical Technicians
Auto Physical Damage Appraiser

To qualify for ProFirst Certified Status, each shop must have a minimum of two structural technicians and one estimator; OR, one structural technician, one non-structural technician and one estimator complete this course.

This course is intended for U.S. models only.

  • Identify the different TPMS Systems used on Honda and Acura vehicles
  • Describe the basic components and operation of each TPMS system type.
  • Locate the service information necessary for TPMS collision repairs.
  • List the unique service requirements for TPMS systems and when dealer assistance may be necessary to complete TPMS service.

Section 1 – TPMS Overview
The first section of this course provides an overview of Honda and Acura basic TPMS system functions. It then continues with an explanation of TPMS legal requirements. This section also lists the basic TPMS system types and the systems’ vehicle application history.

Section 2 – TPMS Components & Operation
The course continues with a more detailed look at each TPMS system type, covering the components, operation, and identification of each system type. Knowing which TPMS system design that a Honda or Acura vehicle in your shop is equipped with, is essential to identifying correct service and system initialization procedures. TPMS dashboard indicator design variations and operation is also covered in detail.

Section 3 – TPMS Service Requirements
The final course section focuses on TPMS system service requirements for each system design. Special tools, tire and wheel replacement, and potential aftermarket accessory issues are also discussed. Emphasis is placed on locating TPMS system service information on ServiceExpress using interactive practice..

The Honda and Acura vehicle-specific courses have been designed, developed by, and are maintained by American Honda Motor Company, Inc. (AHM).  AHM has partnered with I-CAR to deliver training to the collision repair industry across the United States.