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Use a pressure gauge as a reliable measure of pressure. Once you establish what the tires actually contain, you will be more able to diagnose the electronics.
Since each sensor is independent, a default would show in each individual tire. If you establish that each tire sensor is working, then the main unit must be the problem.
This stuff was invented after I quit wrenching. I can't say whether the Code in the receiver is fixed or adjustable. If it is adjustable, then it either needs to be flashed or physically adjusted to a different pressure warning level.
If your tires are actually deflating, it can be a rim leak or a puncture.
Have you rotated tire positions? Anyway, if all tires seem to be physically stable, give it a few more runs and another mileage. The 1 psi reading should increase and improve significantly. If not, it is best to have your tires recalibrated, from there you can easily determine if that sensor is at fault or not.
This is your tire pressure monitoring system. Check the spare tire also. Some cars have a full size spare tire with a sensor in the tire as well. If all tires have the correct pressure then drive the car for a few minutes and see if the light goes out. if not then the vehicle will have to checked in a repair shop for further problems in the system.
the light u are redering to is ur TPMS light(tire pressure monitoring sysyem) ....there may be a problem with ur tires pressure sensors or maybe not enough air pressure...various causes of that light..u must take it to a dealer or tire shop and they can be more specific once they get the code for that system...maybe not enough tire pressure or a bad sensor...consult ur local honda dealer or tire shop...