Maybe it's just my car, but when I get a TPMS warning, even after I correct the inflation pressures to equalize all four tires, it typically takes 2-3 days and over 100 miles minimum of driving for the warning lights to go out. This seems an absurdly long time, and I was wondering if it is typical to other owners experiences. I did have early TPMS problems when the car was nearly new that required a replacement of the BCM (body control module) which reads the radio signals that the TPMS sensors send out, and was wondering if it is going bad again. I even occasionally get the warning on two tires being low even though the indicated pressures are the same on all 4 tires. Weird! Anyone else experiencing this?