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Old 24 Oct 2006, 09:01 pm
Bob
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Default pilot 2005 tire pressurewarning light

Noticed both left front and rear tire pressure warning light illuminate on
my 05 Pilot. During routine oil change, dealer said just needed air.

Days later it's on again despite normal pressures on both tires. Seems odd
that both front and rear indicator light would come on at same time. Ain/t
a pressure problem in my opinion.

Ideas? If anyone knows of a Pilot specific site pls advise
thx


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Old 24 Oct 2006, 09:18 pm
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Default Re: pilot 2005 tire pressurewarning light

Bob wrote:
> Noticed both left front and rear tire pressure warning light illuminate on
> my 05 Pilot. During routine oil change, dealer said just needed air.
>
> Days later it's on again despite normal pressures on both tires. Seems odd
> that both front and rear indicator light would come on at same time. Ain/t
> a pressure problem in my opinion.
>
> Ideas? If anyone knows of a Pilot specific site pls advise
> thx
>
>

check for uneven tire wear. tires need to be same brand, type and
rotated to ensure even wear. iirc, the "low pressure" warning is wheel
speed sensors picking up different rotation speeds of individual wheels
and assuming it's a flat. uneven effective wheel diameters caused by
differing wear/brand/type gives the same result.
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Old 24 Oct 2006, 10:09 pm
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Default Re: pilot 2005 tire pressurewarning light

Bob wrote:
> Noticed both left front and rear tire pressure warning light illuminate on
> my 05 Pilot. During routine oil change, dealer said just needed air.
>
> Days later it's on again despite normal pressures on both tires. Seems odd
> that both front and rear indicator light would come on at same time. Ain/t
> a pressure problem in my opinion.
>
> Ideas? If anyone knows of a Pilot specific site pls advise
> thx


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Old 26 Oct 2006, 08:10 am
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Default Re: pilot 2005 tire pressurewarning light

So if all the tires are low, now warning?

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"jim beam" <spamvortex@bad.example.net> wrote in message
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> Bob wrote:
>> Noticed both left front and rear tire pressure warning light illuminate
>> on my 05 Pilot. During routine oil change, dealer said just needed air.
>>
>> Days later it's on again despite normal pressures on both tires. Seems
>> odd that both front and rear indicator light would come on at same time.
>> Ain/t a pressure problem in my opinion.
>>
>> Ideas? If anyone knows of a Pilot specific site pls advise
>> thx

> check for uneven tire wear. tires need to be same brand, type and rotated
> to ensure even wear. iirc, the "low pressure" warning is wheel speed
> sensors picking up different rotation speeds of individual wheels and
> assuming it's a flat. uneven effective wheel diameters caused by
> differing wear/brand/type gives the same result.



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Old 27 Oct 2006, 12:20 am
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Default Re: pilot 2005 tire pressurewarning light

G-Man wrote:
> So if all the tires are low, now warning?


yes, if they're all the same...

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> G-Man
>
>
> "jim beam" <spamvortex@bad.example.net> wrote in message
> news:cPSdne3kjM3rVKPYnZ2dnUVZ_uqdnZ2d@speakeasy.ne t...
>> Bob wrote:
>>> Noticed both left front and rear tire pressure warning light illuminate
>>> on my 05 Pilot. During routine oil change, dealer said just needed air.
>>>
>>> Days later it's on again despite normal pressures on both tires. Seems
>>> odd that both front and rear indicator light would come on at same time.
>>> Ain/t a pressure problem in my opinion.
>>>
>>> Ideas? If anyone knows of a Pilot specific site pls advise
>>> thx

>> check for uneven tire wear. tires need to be same brand, type and rotated
>> to ensure even wear. iirc, the "low pressure" warning is wheel speed
>> sensors picking up different rotation speeds of individual wheels and
>> assuming it's a flat. uneven effective wheel diameters caused by
>> differing wear/brand/type gives the same result.

>
>

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