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Flats and Tire Pressure
Can a landlord tow your vehicle for having a flat tire?
Maybe. What does your lease say? What laws does your state have about abandoned vehicles? How long was the car inoperable? What is the general condition of the car? Calif. printed an 82 page tenants landlord book
If you got Flat tire like maybe last night next day you planning to change the tire and go to tire shop. Landlord can't not just tow off if you got it flat tire from last night or so. You can seek with lawyer and take care of it.
If your tires are slashed is it possible to change them yourself like you would a flat tire or do you need a mechanic?
Depends; Are You Going To Just Remove The Tire From The Vehicle Or Remove The Tire From The Wheel. If Just Removing The Tire From The Vehicle Yes Do This As You Would Change A Flat. To Replace The Tire Or Tires. You Will Need To Remove The Tire Or Tires & Have New Tires Installed At A Tire Shop. Sears, Wal-Mart, Ect. Good Luck
Change a flat tire on a 2008 highlander?
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How do you remove my tahoo spare tire no t a flat tire the spare tire?
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What does an exclaimnation point in a triangle mean on a Toyota?
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How does one change a flat tire?
Firstly, you must pull up to a safe spot, well away from traffic. You need to retrieve certain tools to be able to change a flat tire. The first step is to loosen the lug nuts, after you must jack up the vehicle (lift it up) this will enable you to remove the flat tire and then you must put the spare tire on making sure it is secure. Lastly, you must lower the vehicle.
Why is Run Flat tire?
A run-flat tire is a pneumatic vehicle tire that is designed to resist the effects of deflation when punctured, and to enable the vehicle to continue to be driven at reduced speeds (up to 90 km/h or 55 mph), and for limited distances of up to 100 miles (160 km), or even 200 miles (320 km) depending on the type of tire.
Asked in DIY Projects, Flats and Tire Pressure, How To
How to change flat tire?
First loosen the lug nuts just a touch, then get or find the spare tire. Now jack up the vehicle, remove the the flat tire and fit the other . Tighten all the lug nuts as much as you can alternately. Now lower the car gently and when the new tire is touching the ground firmly, re-tighten all the lug nuts again. now lower the vehicle totally and pack the jack and flat away.
How do you change a flat on a 2001 Sunfire?
Set emergency brake Put a block (chalk) at wheel opposite flat Raise vehicle so weight is off flat tire, but it is still on the ground Slightly loosen lug nuts Raise tire off the ground Remove lug nuts Remove flat tire install replacement tire Install lug nuts "Handtight" Lower vehicle until tire is just touching ground Tighten lugs nuts in a 1-3-2-4 or 1-3-5-2-4 pattern to 100 ft. lbs. Re-check lug nuts Lower vehicle all the way
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What happens to the pressure in a tire if air is slowly leaking out of the tire?
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How do you change a tire on a 1997 Jeep Laredo?
Are you really prepared for the next time you get a flat tire on the highway? If not read on ....... This page was made for information purposes to educate the public on how to properly and safely change a tire. It serves as a guide for changing a vehicle's tire when a flat occurs. Every time you drive your vehicle, there
Asked in Honda Civic DX
Why can I not take the flat tire off when all the lugnuts have been removed?
Why is your Saturn wobbling after using fix a flat?
That depends on two factors. 1. does it "wobble" at low speed (10-20 mph)? If so, the belt of the tire has slipped. Once the belt has slipped the tire is unsafe and should be replaced before you drive the vehicle at high speeds. A slipped belt can completely separate and can cause damage to the vehicle as well as causing the vehicle to become dangerously unstable. Belt separation is common when a tire is driven flat or low. 2. if it only "wobbles" at high speed (50+ mph), the tire is out of balance, probably because of a settling of the fix a flat compound. In either case, the tire should be taken to a qualified tire specialist for replacement or repair.
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How do you reset tire pressure sensors on Peugeot 407?
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What are run-flat tires?
A run-flat tire is a pneumatic vehicle tire that is designed to resist the effects of deflation when punctured, and to enable the vehicle to continue to be driven at reduced speeds (up to 90 km/h or 55 mph), and for limited distances of up to 100 miles (160 km), or even 200 miles (320 km) depending on the type of tire. Run flat tires are tires for vehicles that are designed to deflate very minimally when they are punctured. Therefore, run flat tires are typically better and safer for people to use.
Asked in Flats and Tire Pressure, Chevy Corvette
Why is there a 14lb tire pressure discrepancy between the tire manufacture and auto manufacture recommendations and factory settings?
The tire may be used on numerous applications. The vehicle manufacturer sets the recommended pressure for the vehicle. The tire manufacturer sets the maximum pressure for the tire. The tire may be used on numerous applications. The vehicle manufacturer sets the recommended pressure for the vehicle. The tire manufacturer sets the maximum pressure for the tire.