If you can't figure it out on your own I'd take it to Discount Tire. The sensors may need to be replaced. It will be a lot cheaper there than taking it to the dealer. About half the price. Below was on an 09 Civic:
How about Discount Tire? I'd bring it there or call them first to see what they say. Maybe not on a busy Saturday when they're trying to sell tons of tires. Midweek in the afternoon while they're watching the clock waiting to go home and trying to look busy.
I did and they have all the sensors and tool to program them. They quoted me $60 per wheel installed OTD. So I will go there. Thanks for the suggestion.
Edited by SatinSilver (09/21/17 08:36 PM)
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