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I've got what appears to be a slow leak in my front left tire. Need advice on what's best.

Should I take it to the dealer to patch/plug this; or is there some place just as good. What should I look out for. How do I ensure that the bolts are torqued properly?

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just take it to a tire place and they'll plug it for ya


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Yeah, if it's something embedded in the tire, any ole place can put a plug in it.Sometimes it's a faulty valve stem that causes a slow leak.

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Check and see if the valve is leaking. Take it to someone reputable and have a patch put on from the inside. If they can't do it - go elsewhere. Plugs are B.S. Torquing is important. If you have a lot of experience you can do O.K. without torque wrench. Need to go to someone who you can trust. That's why I won't take my cars to places like Kmart. They pull two wheels off and check breaks. Gives me the willy's thinking about it.

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