Fluctuations in air temperature will cause fluctuations in tire pressure. So will slow leaks. If the problem persists, visit your dealership or a tire shop and have them check out the tire.
Absolutely. I tried that fix-a-flat crap once and all I got for my troubles was a thunking noise in the tire when the goo solidified without plugging anything up and a wasted day/tire.Originally posted by lo bux racer@Dec 27 2005, 01:27 PM
Plugs and fix a flat are the worst things you can do to a tire.
Check your tires every morning, before you drive, for at least 4 days in a row. They should all be consistent. If one tire is steadily loosing air, then you have a leak.Originally posted by fmtc06@Dec 27 2005, 12:20 PM
I am just wondering if anyone else is having this problem(which by the way did a search nothing showed up)
Anyways I was driving home this past sunday when my tire sensor light showed up. I checked all tires ..and a the passenger rear was down to 25psi, so i went to the gas station and bumped it back to 30psi. Monday morning checked the tire again and found that its down to 25 again...
so i used a 'fix a flat'..and made sure its at 30psi with the help of some air, and now i just went to check on it..its 28!!
Is it just my tire doesnt like 30?
If anyone had this problem..or could recommend any solutions id appreciate any insights on this.
PS..didnt the manual said 30psi suggested on the rear tires?
heheOriginally posted by lo bux racer@Dec 27 2005, 07:06 PM
FWIW, a cracked rim on the rear of a Supra makes a thumping noise at about 130 mph.