Bulletins & Advisories CR-V Low Tire Pressure/TPMS Indicator Is On with VSA DTC 151-11 Service Bulletin

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    Service Bulletin
    December 17, 2014

    Supersedes 14-006, dated November 28, 2014, to revise the information highlighted in "yellow".

    AFFECTED VEHICLES
    Year
    ModelTrimVIN Range
    2014CR-VALLALL

    REVISION SUMMARY
    • Affected vehicles were updated.
    • Under WARRANTY CLAIM INFORMATION, the flat rate time and the operation number were change.
    • Under SOFTWARE INFORMATION, the software was updated.
    SYMPTOM
    The Low Tire Pressure/TPMS indicator is on with VSA DTC 151-11 (low tire pressure threshold refinement) and the tire pressures were properly set to the driver’s doorjamb label.
    POSSIBLE CAUSES
    A second software update is needed for different driving conditions.
    CORRECTIVE ACTION
    Update the VSA modulator-control unit software.

    SOFTWARE INFORMATION
    NOTE: Unnecessary or incorrect repairs resulting from a failure to update the MVCI or HDS are not covered under warranty.
    MVCI Control Module (CM) Update:
    Application (FW) Version: 3.01.40
    Database Date: 12-Nov-2014
    HDS Software Version:
    3.015.023 or later

    Before beginning the repair, make sure that both the HDS and the MVCI are updated as listed above
    Do only the update listed in this service bulletin.


    Check that the MVCI indicates the applicable program ID listed below (or a later program ID) as the
    Recommended Update when the update begins.
    If the MVCI displays





    This vehicle does not need an update at this time during the update, check the MVCI Control Module update application is correct as shown above. If the software is correct, the vehicle software has been updated.


    For more information about updating the HDS, the MVCI, and vehicle systems, refer to Service Bulletin 01-023,
    Updating Control Units/Modules. Year/Model

    Program ID (or later)

    Program P/N (or later)

    2014 LX, AWD

    0GA140

    57114-T0G-A14

    2014 EX, EXL, AWD

    0GA240

    57114-T0G-A24

    2014 LX, 2WD

    0HA140

    57114-T0H-A14

    2014 EX, EXL, 2WD

    0HA240

    57114-T0H-A24

    WARRANTY CLAIM INFORMATION


    The normal warranty applies.
    Operation Number

    Description

    Flat Rate Time

    Template ID

    Failed Part Number

    4135A0

    Update the VSA modulator-control unit.

    0.4 hr

    14-006A

    P/N 57111-T0G-A22

    Defect Code: 08001
    Symptom Code: 04201
    Skill Level: Repair Technician
    REPAIR PROCEDURE
    1. Connect a fully charged jumper battery to the vehicle and leave it connected during the entire update procedure to maintain a steady voltage.
    2. Apply the parking brake and make sure the headlights are turned off.
    3. Turn the ignition to ON and turn off all accessories.
    4. Connect the MVCI to the vehicle.
    5. Press the ENTER button on the MVCI to see the
    User Config menu. Select CM Update Mode, then press ENTER.
    6. Select
    Reprogramming, then press ENTER.
    7. When the
    CM Update Mode software screen appears, press ENTER to continue.
    NOTE: The FW VER must be 3.01.40 or later and Database Update must be 12 Nov 2014 or later.
    8. When the
    Select System screen appears, select ABS/VSA, then press ENTER.
    NOTE:
    • If the VSA update is the only one available, it will automatically go to the VSA selections.
    • For program ID and program part number, see SOFTWARE INFORMATION.
    9. Scroll down and select
    Running change. If YES, press ENTER. Press ENTER again to start reprogramming.

    10. While the MVCI updates the vehicle, set the tire pressures to the cold inflation values listed on the driver’s doorjamb label.
    11. Once the update is complete, follow the screen prompts to turn the ignition to OFF, then to ON again when indicated.
    NOTE: If there is an error during the update, keep the ignition turned to ON and press ENTER to display the error code. Record the code and restart the update. If the error code comes back, refer to the CM Update Error Code Table in the MVCI User Guide for more information.
    12. When the MVCI displays
    VSA Sensor Neutral Position Memorization is required after the completion of the update, scroll down and press ENTER.
    13. Go to VSA SENSOR NEUTRAL POSITION MEMORIZATION PROCEDURE.
    VSA SENSOR NEUTRAL POSITION MEMORIZATION PROCEDURE
    1. Connect the HDS and make sure the software version is 3.15.023 or later.
    2. Select
    Honda Systems, ABS/TCS/VSA, Adjustment, and All Sensors, then follow the screen prompts
    3 Once completed, exit the VSA system. Turn the ignition to OFF, then back to ON. Go to EPS STEERING ANGLE SENSOR NEUTRAL POSITION CLEAR PROCEDURE.
    EPS STEERING ANGLE SENSOR NEUTRAL POSITION CLEAR PROCEDURE
    1. Go to
    EPS on the HDS.
    2. Select
    Adjustment, Steering Angle Sensor Value Clear, and follow the screen prompts
    3. Turn the ignition to OFF, then back to ON. Go to SPECIALTPMS CALIBRATION USED ONLY AFTER SOFTWARE UPDATE.
    SPECIAL TPMS CALIBRATION USED ONLY AFTER SOFTWARE UPDATE
    NOTE: If the tire pressures were not already set, make sure they are set to the cold inflation values listed on the driver’s doorjamb label.
    1 Turn the ignition to ON.
    2 Press and hold the TPMS button until the Low Tire Pressure/TPMS indicator blinks twice, then release the button.
    3 Repeat step 2 two more times.
    4 Disconnect the jumper battery, start the vehicle, and verify that the VSA and the Low Tire Pressure/TPMS indicators come on and go off.
    5 Turn the ignition to OFF and disconnect the HDS.
    NOTE: Customer normal drive will finish calibration.
     
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    You are welcome. I also have the pdf in case you need it. Regards
     
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  6. gpoler Club Member ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

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    hello,
    should apply to american CR-V ,or even to European too?
     
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  7. PanayiotisPal Top Contributor ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

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    It is a service bulletin from USA but I guess that it should apply to all CR-V models even from Europe otherwise it would have specified the USA models. Can anyone else confirm that this is the same for European models too?? The HDS software program which updates and reads the CR-Vs ECU AWD Speedometer TPMS ABS/VSA etc with the aid of a hardware scanner (example HIM, GNA600, MVCI SPX, or X-Horse, or a reader code eraser OBDII) is the same program for European and American markets.
    - - - Updated - - -
    A European HDS program with a scanner check for updates should be the best way to check.
     
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  8. FirstHonda Premium Member Club Supporter

    This is really useful @PanayiotisPal , thanks for posting :Thumbup:

    My original 2014MY CR-V had this issue, so clearly needed the update.

    No issues with the 2015MY I had for a month, so Honda obviously sorted it.
     
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  9. PanayiotisPal Top Contributor ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

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    Thanks for confirming. Glad that it was useful.
     
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