Low Tire Light on Due to Faulty Tire Pressure Sensor on Acura TSX

A faulty tire pressure sensor may cause illumination of the low tire warning light even if tire pressure are correct. If this condition occurs the affected sensor(s) should be replaced.

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Average mileage: 53,173 (7,000–88,000)
6 model years affected: 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, more2010, 2012
19 people reported this problem
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Purchased 2012 TSX in August 2014 and began experiencing "low tire pressure" warning on tire has proper pressure. Also, Bluetooth Hands Free doesn't stay connected with my mobile phone for more than a day or two so we are constantly having toreprogram. This is a nuisance when driving and an incoming call comes on my mobile phone. I must then pull over to take call and reprogram Bluetooth connection. Ugh!
2012 Acura TSX 12,500 mi,
low tire light on tire that appears to be perfect
2009 Acura TSX 88,000 mi,
I keep putting air in the tire it never looks flat or like its losing air but the pressure reader is saying its low. will be bringing it to a mechanic to look at the sensors.
2007 Acura TSX 75,000 mi,
Doesn't matter which tire I put on front left the tire sensor always reads low!
2010 Acura TSX 69,000 mi,
Low tire pressure light continues to stay on. Took into shop and they said the sensors are bad! Just bought the car in July of 2013 with 54,000 miles on it.
2012 Acura TSX 7,000 mi,
TSX 2013 just got this car and the tire pressure light keeps going on and off........... if they have had this issue since 2005 then why doesn't Acura FIX IT!