I'm not an owner of a Honda Pilot, but I have serviced TPMS on the 2nd-gen and, until recently, 3rd-gen versions of them. On a 2017 Pilot EX-L, I installed a set of Autel MX 1-Sensors (with metal clamp-in valve stems) on a set of 17" steel wheels and Bridgestone Blizzaks for a customer who wanted the complete package. FULL DISCLOSURE: You will need an Autel MaxiTPMS tool (i.e.: TS508) to program the blank Autel MX Sensors to the make, model, and year of the car you're working on. Did a relearn on the vehicle, via OBD-II or Auto-Relearn, and I haven't seen any issues or a blinking TPMS indicator light during the test drive.