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Please check your tire pressure at COLD temps (before driving); for anyone who experiences a choppy and noisy ride over some rough roads. I've previously worked as a mechanic and tire specialist and know it's common for technicians to inflate to max tire PSI, not the recommended PSI on the car's door jamb sticker.

My Touring sedan sticker recommends 33 PSI front, 32 PSI rear. All of my tires were at 43 PSI.
 

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Good tip.

When I test drove my Civic at the dealership it drove great. But after purchasing the car, they took the car to the back to prep it (Fill it with gas, wash it, remove all the plastic, put on temporary plates, etc..).

On the drive home, the car felt different. Ride was harsher. Road noise was greater.

Next morning, I checked all the tire pressures. Two were close 32.4 and 32.6. But the other two were way off. 37.8 and 39.4

Once I set the tires to the proper inflation. Car drove great again. Ride was much smoother. And road noise was noticeably quieter.
 

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Thanks. Does anyone know if we can check the tire pressure on the HondaLink app ? I called yesterday and found out that only Civic and CR-V are restricted from remote app door lock/unlock and app remote engine start. Not happy. Corollas do this….
 

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Thanks. Does anyone know if we can check the tire pressure on the HondaLink app ? I called yesterday and found out that only Civic and CR-V are restricted from remote app door lock/unlock and app remote engine start. Not happy. Corollas do this….
No it does not. The Honda app is limited, essentially check your odometer, vin, and fuel level only.
 

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Does anyone know how to view the tire pressure on civic 2022? I just got the car and even the dealer can't find where the tire pressure is located.
Welcome to the forum @chiuchiu.
Since the displays won't show the PSI rating for each tire, investing in a good tire pressure gauge (they can be cheap) will be the best option.

Which Civic model and spec did you get? Any pics?
 
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