I put new tires on my Ridgeline at Sams Club. When replacing the tires two TPMS sensors would not unscrew and were corroded together thus needed to be replaced. I drove to Honda to purchase two new sensors that Sam's was going to put on free of charge. Obviously the TPMS (Not the low tire pressure) light lit up indicating a TPMS fault because two sensors were missing. Sams replaced the sensors and I'm guessing cleared the codes because the TPMS light was off. I drove for a few miles and the TPMS light came back on. I used my TPMS scanner tool to check and all TPMS sensors in the tires are pinging with ID's and a good battery charge but the Ridgeline can only detect one sensor. After resting the TPMS light myself I can usually drive a few miles before it comes back on. The fault that the TPMS scanner reads is that 3 tires are not communicating with the car. I rotated the sensor that was communicating good to another receiver and the good sensor moved so I know its not the TPMS receivers on the Ridgeline. I also have to mention that this has been going on for 5 months now and over 20K miles driven. Anyone have any history with this I am at a loss. I have even tried to detach the main TPMS unit under the dash to no avail and even let it sit with the battery disconnected. My scan tool is a Autel MaxiTPMS 501. I really miss getting a notification that my tires are low lol.