This is all second-hand info from my wife, as I was not with her when this just happened. Car is currently being towed to a Honda dealership...just trying to figure some stuff out.
2007 Honda CR-V. The TPMS light came on about 3 months ago. We brought it into the dealership and they said a sensor was bad, so they replaced it. Later that week, we were moving to a different state, and the light came back on halfway through the trip, so we knew the dealership wouldn't be able to do anything. We didn't bother with checking it out again because it seemed like having the TPMS light wasn't a huge deal according to some forums.
Welp, wife was driving getting on the freeway today, when the check engine light, the VSA (vehicle stability assist) light, and a triangle with an exclamation light all came on, as well as the TPMS light which has been on, and the car wouldn't go faster than 30 mph. When she tried, it would surge...it sounded like a governer or rev limiter would sound from how she was describing it. I wasn't there, she just called me on the phone.
Any possible ideas?
edit: Just thinking outloud here...if the TPMS doesn't turn on until you hit 20-30 mph and the battery to it is dead/bad connection or whatever, will that limit the car to a 'safe speed' whatever it deems it to be so that people don't try and drive 50+mph on a flat tire or something?