Honda CR-V: DTC Troubleshooting

DTC 11, 13, 15, 17: Low Tire Pressure

NOTE: If low tire pressure is detected, the control unit sets one or more of these DTCs, and turns on the low pressure indicator. If the low pressure indicator comes on due to true low tire pressure, and the customer corrects it before bringing the vehicle in, the DTCs will have been stored, but the indicator will be off.

1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

2. Check the pressure of all four tires.

Is there 168 kPa (1.7 kgf/cm2, 24 psi) or less? YES-Go to step 3.

NO-Go to step 5.

3. Check for and repair the cause of air loss, and then inflate the tire.

4. Test-drive the vehicle at 28 mph (45 km/h) or more for at least 1 minute.

Does the low pressure indicator go off? YES-The system is OK at this time. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

NO-Go to step 6.

5. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

6. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

7. Note the tire pressure sensor(s) number by the indicated DTC.

Honda CR-V. TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)

8. Determine the affected t ire location by the tire pressure sensor number (see page 18-51), then check the Tire 1, Tire 2, Tire 3, or Tire 4 Pressure Sensor Transmitter Status in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS and the TPMS sensor initializer tool.

NOTE: If Not defined is shown on the HDS, turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool OFF, rotate the tire 1/4 turn, then turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool ON, and try again. If Not defined is still shown, repeat the procedure in the previous sentence until a response is shown.

Is NORMAL indicated within one full turn of the tire? YES-Go to step 9.

NO-Check that the tire pressure sensor is properly mounted. If necessary, replace the appropriate tire pressure sensor.

9. Check the Tire 1, Tire 2, Tire 3, or Tire 4 Air Pressure in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS, and compare it with the actual measured tire pressure.

Is the indicated tire pressure on the HDS within 40 kPa (0.4 kgf/cm2, 6 psi) of the actual tire pressure? YES-Go to step 10.

NO-Replace the appropriate tire pressure sensor.

10. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

11. Test-drive the vehicle at 28 mph (45 km/h) or more for at least 1 minute.

12. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

Is DTC 11, 13, 15, or 17 indicated? YES-Check for loose terminals and poor connections at the TPMS control unit and GS02. If necessary, substitute a know-good TPMS control unit, and recheck.

NO-If any DTCs are indicated, troubleshoot the appropriate DTC. If no DTCs are indicated, the system is OK at this time.

DTC 21, 22, 23, 24: Abnormally High Tire Sensor Temperature

1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

2. Make sure the tires have cooled down.

NOTE: An abnormal rise in the internal temperature of the tires can be caused by

3. Test-drive the vehicle at 28 mph (45 km/h) or more for at least 1 minute.

Does the TPMS indicator go off? YES-The system is OK at this time. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

NO-Go to step 4.

4. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

5. Note the tire pressure sensor(s) number by the indicated DTC.

Honda CR-V. TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)

6. Determine the affected tire location by the tire pressure sensor number (see page 18-51), then check the Tire 1, Tire 2, Tire 3, or Tire 4 Pressure Sensor Transmitter Status in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS and the TPMS sensor initializer tool.

NOTE: If Not defined is shown on the HDS, turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool OFF, rotate the tire 1/4 turn, then turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool ON, and try again. If Not defined is still shown, repeat the procedure in the previous sentence until a response is shown.

Is NORMAL indicated within one full turn of the tire? YES-Go to step 7.

NO-Check that the tire pressure sensor is properly mounted. If necessary, replace the appropriate tire pressure sensor.

7. Check the Tire 1, Tire 2, Tire 3, or Tire 4 Air Temperature in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS.

Is 176 F (80 ºC) or more indicated? YES-Replace the appropriate tire pressure sensor.

NO-Go to step 8.

8. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

9. Test-drive the vehicle at 28 mph (45 km/h) or more for at least 1 minute.

10. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

Is DTC 21,22,23, or 24 indicated? YES-Check for loose terminals and poor connections at the TPMS control unit and G502. If necessary, substitute a know-good TPMS control unit, and recheck.

NO-If any DTCs are indicated, troubleshoot the appropriate DTC. If no DTC are indicated, the system is OK at this time.

DTC 31, 33, 35, 37: Tire Pressure Sensor Low Battery Voltage

NOTE: This problem occurs when the temperature around the sensor is -40 ºF (-40 ºC) or less. Note that the diagnosis must be made in a place where ambient temperature is -40 ºF (-40 'C) or more.

1. Test-drive the vehicle at 28 mph (45 km/h) or more for at least 1 minute.

Does the TPMS indicator go off? YES-The system is OK at this time. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

NO-Go to step 2.

2. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

3. Note the tire pressure sensor(s) number by the indicated DTC.

Honda CR-V. TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)

4. Determine the affected tire location by the tire pressure sensor number, then check the Tire 1, Tire 2, Tire 3, or Tire 4 Pressure Sensor Transmitter Status in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS and the TPMS sensor initializer tool.

NOTE: If Not defined is shown on the HDS, turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool OFF, rotate the tire 1/4 turn, then turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool ON, and try again. If Not defined is still shown, repeat the procedure in the previous sentence until a response is shown.

Is NORMAL indicated within one full turn of the tire? YES-Go to step 5.

NO-Check that the tire pressure sensor is properly mounted. If necessary, replace the appropriate tire pressure sensor.

5. Check the Tire 1, Tire 2, Tire 3, or Tire 4 Pressure Sensor Transmitter Battery in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS.

Is LOW indicated? YES-Replace the appropriate tire pressure sensor.

NO-Check for loose terminals and poor connections at the TPMS control unit and G502. If necessary, substitute a know-good TPMS control unit, and recheck.

DTC 32, 34, 36, 38: Tire Pressure Sensor Transmitting Failure

NOTE: Inspect for an aftermarket electrical device interfering with the RF signal from the sensors when driving the vehicle.

1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

2. Make sure all four wheels are TPMS wheels with the properly mounted tire pressure sensors.

Are TPMS type wheels with a tire pressure sensor mounted on the vehicle? YES-Go to step 5.

NO-Go to step 3.

3. Install a known-good TPMS wheel.

4. Memorize the tire pressure sensor ID with the HDS.

5. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

6. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

7. Note the tire pressure sensor(s) number by the indicated DTC.

8. Determine the affected tire location by the tire pressure sensor number (see page 18-51), then check the Tire 1, Tire 2, Tire 3, or Tire 4 Pressure Sensor Transmitter Status in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS and the TPMS sensor initializer tool.

NOTE: If Not defined is shown on the HDS, turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool OFF, rotate the tire 1/4 turn, then turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool ON, and try again. If Not defined is still shown, repeat the procedure in the previous sentence until a response is shown.

Is NORMAL indicated for all four tires at least while one full turn of each tire? YES-Go to step 9.

NO-Check that the tire pressure sensor is properly mounted. If necessary, replace the appropriate tire pressure sensor.

9. Test-drive the vehicle at 28 mph (45 km/h) or more for at least 1 minute.

10. Check the Tire 1, Tire 2, Tire 3, or Tire 4 Pressure Sensor Transmitter Status in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS and the TPMS sensor initializer tool.

NOTE: If Not defined is shown on the HDS, turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool OFF, rotate the tire 1/4 turn, then turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool ON, and try again. If Not defined is still shown, repeat the procedure in the previous sentence until a response is shown.

Is NORMAL indicated for all four tires within one full turn of each tire? YES-The system is OK at this time. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

NO-Replace the appropriate tire pressure sensor.

DTC 41: Abnormal Signal Reception Error

NOTE: Inspect for an aftermarket device interfering with the RF signal from the sensors when driving the vehicle.

1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

2. Make sure all four wheels are TPMS wheels with tire pressure sensors.

Are TPMS type wheels with tire pressure sensors mounted on the vehicle? YES-Go to step 5.

NO-Go to step 3.

3. Install a known-good TPMS wheel.

4. Memorize the tire pressure sensor ID with the HDS.

5. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

6. Check the Tire 1, Tire 2, Tire 3, or Tire 4 Pressure Sensor Transmitter Status in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS and the TPMS sensor initializer tool.

NOTE: If Not defined is shown on the HDS, turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool OFF, rotate the tire 1/4 turn, then turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool ON, and try again. If Not defined is still shown, repeat the procedure in the previous sentence until a response is shown.

Is NORMAL indicated for one tire or more within one full turn of the tire? YES-If any DTCs are indicated, troubleshoot the appropriate DTC. If no DTC are indicated, the system is OK at this time.

NO-Check for loose terminals and poor connections at the TPMS control unit and G502. If necessary, substitute a know-good TPMS control unit (see page 18-75), and recheck.

DTC 51, 53, 55, 57: Initialization Status of TPMS Control Unit is Not-completed

1. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

2. Make sure all four wheels are TPMS wheels with the properly mounted tire pressure sensors.

Are TPMS type wheels with tire pressure sensors mounted on the vehicle? YES-Go to step 4.

NO-Go to step 3.

3. Install a known-good TPMS wheel.

4. Memorize the tire pressure sensor ID with the HDS.

5. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

6. Check the DTC with the HDS.

7. Test-drive the vehicle at 28 mph (45 km/h) or more for at least 1 minute or more.

8. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

Is DTC 51,53,55, or 57 indicated? YES-Check for loose terminals and poor connections at the TPMS control unit and G502. If necessary, substitute a know-good TPMS control unit, and recheck.

NO-The system is OK at this time.

DTC 81: TPMS Control Unit Failure (RAM/ ROM/ADC/EEPROM/ALU) Check

NOTE: Low battery voltage can cause this DTC. Make sure the battery is fully charged and in good condition.

1. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

2. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

3. Turn the ignition switch OFF, then turn it ON (II) again.

4. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

Is DTC 81 indicated? YES-Replace the TPMS control unit.

NO-The system is OK at this time.

DTC 83: No VSP Signal

1. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

2. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

3. Test-drive the vehicle at 7 mph (10 km/h) or more.

4. Check the Vehicle Speed in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS.

Is the vehicle speed indicated? YES-The system is OK at this time.

NO-Go to step 5.

5. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

Is DTC 85 indicated? YES-Go to DTC 85 troubleshooting.

NO-Go to step 6.

6. Check the speedometer.

Does the speedometer register speed? YES-Check for loose terminals and poor connections at the TPMS control unit and G502. If necessary, substitute a known-good TPMS control unit, and recheck.

NO-Substitute a known-good PCM, and retest. If no codes are shown, replace the original PCM.

DTC 85: CAN Data Error

1. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

2. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

3. Turn the ignition switch OFF, then turn it ON (II) again.

4. Wait about 5 seconds.

5. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

Is DTC 85 indicated? YES-Go to step 6.

NO-The system is OK at this time.

6. Test-drive the vehicle.

Does the speedometer work? YES-Go to step 10.

NO-Go to step 7.

7. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

8. Disconnect the TPMS control unit 20P connector.

9. Test-drive the vehicle.

Does the speedometer work? YES-Check for loose terminals and poor connections at the TPMS control unit and G502. If necessary, substitute a known-good TPMS control unit, and recheck.

NO-Turn the ignition switch OFF, and reconnect all connectors, then check and troubleshoot the fuel and emissions system.

10. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

11. Short the SCS line with the HDS.

12. Disconnect PCM connector A (44P).

13. Disconnect the TPMS control unit 20P connector.

14. Check for continuity between the TPMS control unit 20P connector terminals and the PCM connector A (44P) terminals individually (see table).

Honda CR-V. TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)

Is there continuity? YES-Check for loose terminals and poor connections at the TPMS control unit and G502. If necessary, substitute a known-good TPMS control unit, and recheck.

NO-Repair open in the wire between the TPMS control unit and the PCM.

DTC 91, 93, 95, 97: Tire Pressure Sensor Internal Error

1. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

2. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

3. Note the tire pressure sensor(s) number by the indicated DTC.

Honda CR-V. TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)

4. Determine the affected tire location by the tire pressure sensor number (see page 18-51), then check the Tire 1, Tire 2, Tire 3, or Tire 4 Pressure Sensor Transmitter Status in the TPMS DATA LIST with the HDS and the TPMS sensor initializer tool.

NOTE: If Not defined is shown on the HDS, turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool OFF, rotate the tire 1/4 turn, then turn the TPMS sensor initializer tool ON, and try again. If Not defined is still shown, repeat the procedure in the previous sentence until a response is shown.

Is NORMAL indicated for all four tires within one full turn of each tire? YES-Go to step 5.

NO-Check that the tire pressure sensor is properly mounted. If necessary, replace the appropriate tire pressure sensor (see page 18-76).

5. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

6. Test-drive the vehicle at 28 mph (45 km/h) or more for at least 1 minute.

7. Check for DTCs with the HDS.

Is DTC 91,93,95, or 97 indicated? YES-Replace the appropriate tire pressure sensor.

NO-If any DTCs are indicated, troubleshoot the appropriate DTC. If no DTCs are indicated, the system is OK at this time.

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