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Stay safe in 2020 with these New Year's Resolutions for your tires:
  1. Check air pressure and tread depth regularly
  2. Balance and rotate tires more often
  3. Respect the TPMS light
For more safety tips, follow the link below.
Do you have plans for your Pilot in 2020? If so, feel free to share them with us here!

 

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Sought help from your Blaine, MN store to get tpms sensors in a set of winter tires/wheels from a 2014 Honda Odyssey to work with our 2017 Pilot. DT Tech said Pilot used an indirect system and that 1/2” smaller sized Odyssey tires prohibited that indirect system from ever working with them. Said tpms sensors in Odyssey tires were irrelevant.

Further research has led to conclusion that Pilot uses a direct system. Problem is that Odyssey uses 315 mhz while Pilot uses 433. Called DT back to find out how much new 433 mhz sensors would cost. DT tech could not find any in stock and said he saw something he could order that might work but was not sure as description of sensor was unsual.

Frustrating and disappointing.
 

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Just installed a set of Cooper Discoverer A/T and a full size spare. Preparing for a six week spring camping trip north to Yukon/ NWT up the Dempster to Tuk. Stayed with the stock tire size to save fuel and there will be a lot of pavement to drive before hitting the northern dirt roads.
 

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Sought help from your Blaine, MN store to get tpms sensors in a set of winter tires/wheels from a 2014 Honda Odyssey to work with our 2017 Pilot. DT Tech said Pilot used an indirect system and that 1/2” smaller sized Odyssey tires prohibited that indirect system from ever working with them. Said tpms sensors in Odyssey tires were irrelevant.

Further research has led to conclusion that Pilot uses a direct system. Problem is that Odyssey uses 315 mhz while Pilot uses 433. Called DT back to find out how much new 433 mhz sensors would cost. DT tech could not find any in stock and said he saw something he could order that might work but was not sure as description of sensor was unsual.

Frustrating and disappointing.
We're sorry to learn of your experience, onebohemian. We'd like to help - PM coming your way.
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Just installed a set of Cooper Discoverer A/T and a full size spare. Preparing for a six week spring camping trip north to Yukon/ NWT up the Dempster to Tuk. Stayed with the stock tire size to save fuel and there will be a lot of pavement to drive before hitting the northern dirt roads.
Sounds like an awesome journey - thank you for sharing!
 
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