We bought a new Honda Pilot about a year ago. It's a great vehicle,
and we have very few complaints. However, there are warning lights for
tire inflation. There is a plan view of the vehicle that shows the
four wheels, and the ones that are not properly inflated are lit up.
In addition, there is a larger indicator light that comes on whenever
one or more of the tires indicates improper inflation.
The problem is that the system almost always indicates that one or more
tires are improperly inflated. It is very fussy when temperatures
change. I have keep them inflated per instructions in the manual. The
inflation guide instructs to keep all four tires at 32 psi.
After trying various adjustments, I finally discovered a setting that
seems to work. I inflated the rear tires to 32 psi and the front tires
to 34 psi. Since then, all of the indicators have gone out. For the
first time in a year, we can drive without the annoying indications.
Since the engine is over the front wheels, I am assuming that the front
tires require just a bit more pressure to maintain similiar diameter to
the rear wheels.
For what it's worth, this worked in our vehicle, so maybe it will help
others out. We'll keep on rotating tires per schedule, and monitor for
indications of excessive or unusual wear.