Truck? What truck?!
If there were no issues before you hit the pothole, and then an issue after you hit the pothole, then the chances are pretty good the tire pressure sensor, located inside the rim, got damaged.2013 honda civic ex
I was picking my girlfriend up from work today and when I was driving down an alley (maybe 10 mph, probably less) I hit a pothole filled with water, no visible damage was done but the dash said to check the VSA and power steering systems. I have a cheap OBD II sensor but no codes were thrown and the car drives fine(doesnt pull, abs doesnt kick in randomly ect). Could this be water getting into the sensors or something? I know Im probably going to get told to take it onto a dealer but I thought I would check here first.
Unless you have a way of removing the tire and programming a new sensor yourself, it looks like a trip to the dealer or a reputable tire shop that can do it. Personally, I avoid dealerships when I can, even though mine happens to be a good one.