Maybe one of your sensors went bad?
The 10th gen Civic uses indirect (i.e., sensorless) TPMS. It's entirely algorithmic based on wheel rotation data from the VSA. So you have to look somewhere else for a problem.if that's the case then it may definitely be a bad sensor like 4Tires said.
Good info. I wonder if hitting larger bumps could trigger a false error. Come to think of it, I did hit a bump before it happened the first time.The 10th gen Civic uses indirect (i.e., sensorless) TPMS. It's entirely algorithmic based on wheel rotation data from the VSA. So you have to look somewhere else for a problem.
Glad to hear that, keep us posted on how it goes. But at least with this thread up it will get the attention of those that might have been going through a similar thing.It's been quiet for a couple days now. Maybe it's settled down.
I've heard some dealership horror stories so I know that's definitely true. I've not really had any issues with the dealer service department to date, so I think they should be OK moving forward.Do you at least have a good dealer to go to? Not all dealers are created equal.
No, all normal road driving.By any chance are you doing any dirt road driving or tight turning in a dirt parking lot?
Interesting. I am about to get snows on, with different wheels. Will be interesting to see how those do.Just a stab in the dark but have you tried rotating the tires around,or perhaps unhooking the battery for a while to see if it will revert to default settings.I can imagine this is bugging the heck outa ya,it would me.My 14 CRV did this about once a month and I ended up rotating the tires and didn't do it again until it actually had a low psi tire.