TPMS Issue with 2019 Honda Odyssey
Just this past Friday, I installed my winter tires again. It again detected the tire pressure of the installed winter tires after 15 minutes of driving. Monday comes the snow. My wife drives the van and says she hits a small bump and the TPMS problem light comes on and it no longer detects the tire pressure. She drove the car for about 30 minutes and the warning light remains.
Anybody have any idea what may be causing this issue and how to fix it? Do I need to bring it to a mechanic or dealer to reset the ECU? I really want to avoid that as they'll probably charge me. Should I change it back my stock tires to have the vehicle detect the TPMS and then change it back to my winters? It's annoying because some websites give instruction on how you can reset the TPMS but my car doesn't seem to have that option. I wonder if it's the higher trims or just the american models.