I just purchased a 2019 CR-V Touring.(traded in a 2013). I am traveling and the Low Tire Pressure sensor came on. We stopped and checked the pressure. It was 43 all around. (Apparently the tires were over-inflated at the dealership or before.) I called the service center and was told the the warning light would come on if the pressure was 3 lbs either way. So, when we stopped at a rest area, the pressure was then 48. We removed air so that it was within 3 lbs of the required psi, knowing that the tires were hot after 3 hours of highway driving. But, the warning light did not go out. Seems to me the pressure would vary more than 3 pounds when driving. So I don't know if I accept what the service advisor said. In addition, if the car is supposedly smart enough to say the pressure is low, why not say it is over-inflated when the pressure is too high???? Has anyone experienced this?