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Tpms fuse removal
2013 Honda CR-V

TPMS fuse removal

(2013 Honda CR-V)
Because I have tried repeatedly to have my TPMS re-set (all new tpms sensors in the wheels and numerous dealer and tire repair business re-sets), I would like to pull the fuse for the TPMS so the device will not light the indicator. Will this cause another problem, perhaps a trouble indicator in the sensor read-outs or will this just do as I wish; turn off the TPMS system? I know I can get an after-market TPMS "system" for under $60.00 so I will have a tire pressure shstem in place.
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on May 18, 2019
There is no designated fuse!
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on May 18, 2019
There is no designated fuse!
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