It became intermittent so I changed all 4 sensors. They are over 10 years old. ThanksHave you ever changed the sensors? The batteries do go bad after several years. We've already replaced 1 sensor on our 2010. Might be worth going by a tire shop and ask them to check the sensors with their scanner. They should do it for free. If no reading, then need to replace. If sensors give a reading, then onto further troubleshooting - maybe check repair manual.
Yes thanks. I was just not leaning to the sensors because of the message CHECK TPMS SYSTEM/SYSTEM FUNCTION ERROR. I guess even when one sensor goes it displays this and you get no psi readings on all on all of them. Dont think all the batteries died at the exact same time.Was about time (10+ YEARS) for the batteries on them to start failing so I figured I'd start by changing them all.Is it working fine now?
The lithium ion batteries inside TPMS sensors may last anywhere from five to 10 years. Five to six years is a more typical lifespan for older TPMS sensors. TPMS sensors don't broadcast a continuous signal but only broadcast when the vehicle is in motion. Even then, the signal is intermittent to conserve battery [URL="http://www.counterman.com/is-it-necessary-to-replace-all-of-the-tpms-sensors-when-a-vehicle-needs-new-tires/"]www.counterman.com/is-it-necessary-to-replace-all-of-the-tpms-sensors-when-a-vehicle...Guess maybe Honda doesn't expect us to keep the pilots more than 10 years ? lol
Change them all. The batteries are at end of lifespan. OEM sensors are about $124 for 4. Dont think you can remove the error. Google tire bead breaking. YouTube I used 4x4 lumber and another car to drive up on it to break bead. Worked like a charm.I was just about to post about this same exact issue. I have a 2010 touring. I have one bad sensor and discount tire wants $60 per sensor and recommended I change all 4. I'll start with the one bad one, but does anyone know if $60 per sensor, installed, is reasonable or a rip off? Also, is there a way to make the TPMS function error light go off in the meantime? The tires have been confirmed to be fine.