Take the wheel off of the car and roll the tire along the ground while examining the tread. I am sure you will find a nail or a screw in the tire. The head of the screw/nail may be worn off, but you will still be able to see it.AfterDark88 said:my right rear tire keep on losing air, after a few days or maybe few weeks, the tire would go under 15 PSI.....why is it doing that? i have 26000 on them... all new OEM tires.
should i have it inspected? or just replace it?
thank you all in advance
Have you tried taking wheel off of the car and pouring soapy water over the tire and wheel? If a leak is present it will turn the soapy water to foam at the location of the leak. Since you had the tire replaced, I would specifically check the bead area (where rim and tire meet) and where the valve stem comes out of the rim.MrJackalope said:Not to Hi-Jack this thread or anything, but i've had the same problem with my wheel. I had them replace the tire because i thought it was bad..and now i'm finding it's the same problem with the new tire. I've check for nails/staples/birds/etc. and to no avail. My wheel is in good condition. Any ideas?!