Smokin 4000HP World Challenge
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Edmond, Oklahoma
Originally Posted by MarksBlueMeanie
Check your valve stem. They tend to work themselves lose and just need to be tightened up a little.
since you cannot find the leak in the tire. If the problem is not in the valve stem, ask the tire shop to take the tire off of the wheel and inspect the tire where it meet the wheel, and remount the tire on the wheel. I had a similar issue once, where I was loosing air pressure but there was not a leak in the tire. I ended up having the tire removed and remounted twice. The leak then stop. The installer told me he had seen similar cases before and thought that the wheel and tire were not creating a sufficent seal at one point where the bead of the tire meets the wheel.
2014 A.W. Coupe: 7 speed, 1LT, Ad. Red interior, Z51, Mag Ride, Dual Mode Exhaust, Black Wheels, Red Calipers, Tinted Windows
2010 Torch Red Grand Sport: 6 speed, 1LT, HUD, Comp Gray Wheels, Dual Mode Exhaust, Tinted Windows
2009 Arctic White Corvette: 6 speed, 2LT, Z51, Dual Mode Exhaust, Red/Black Two Tone Seats, and Comp Gray Wheels
2002 Torch Red Z06 Corvette: two tone red/black interior.
1996 Arctic White Corvette: Torch Red interior, Automatic.