hmmm. It also got colder yesterday here in Milwaukee and I'm wondering if this is just a temperature problem tha twill go away once the tires have warmed up. (Pain in the neck if I have to go to Honda dealer to get thewarning light shut off.) The Accord forum has stories from Accord owners who have had the light go out after driving for a bit - but, dammit, I put the tires back up to 32 psi cold pressure and the light still stayed on.
I just came in from the garage and was going to start this thread. My wife came home from the airport tonight with the TPMS light on. I checked the tires and they were all at 28. I pumped them up to 32, took it for a 2 mile ride and the light went out.
Ok, cold here in Atlanta. Last week I checked the CT and they wereat 30 lbs all around. (Also, they are nitrogen filled, came that way, and I sure as heck didn't pay for it. Tonight, all four were at 28, lost 2 lbs. all around. I checked my Ridgeline tonight also, they were at 32 and now at 30. So the nitrogen tires in the CT lost 2 lbs in the cold weather, and the Ridgeline with palin ol' air also lost 2 lbs. So much for nitrogen not being affected by cold temperatures.
My big question, the Ridgeline does not kick off and display the warning light until a tire is about 8 lbs low. The CT appears to be lighting up when it is 4 lbs low. Anyone know when they should light up? Seems a bit sensitive to me.
Christopher, did you pump up the rear tires also? I'll bet that they are all low. Worth a shot to pump a few pounds in the back too.