There are several things that can cause a tire to blow. -you can run over a piece of road debris or a sharp rock that'll cut the tire bad enough to blow -sheer mileage can cause the tire to wear through to the casing, at which point it'll have lost a lot of strength and may blow at any moment. - poor wheel alignment can cause the tire to wear through to the casing, at which point it'll have lost a lot of strength and may blow at any moment - low pressure can cause the tire to heat up, which makes the rubber softer and the tire weaker which can cause it to blow - heavy load can cause the tire to heat up, which makes the rubber softer and the tire weaker which can cause it to blow overinflation can cause it to blow just like when a balloon pops.
Peeling out until you have no thread, driving over thorns, nails, sharp rocks, or other sharp objects. Overinflation.
If you can feel it and hear it have your tire checked, the tire might have a belt slipping. It could be a bad shock that has caused the tire to "Cup", ( not if you have Air Ride) Hope this helps Darin
depends on what kind of tire you're running. It will say on the sidewall what the max psi is. If you live in an area of hot weather all the time, don't run the max. air expands with heat and will cause overinflation which causes uneven tire wear. For instance: if the max psi is 40, I would run 35.
Not very many. Most people who work in the profession know the dangers of overinflation a tire or working on a truck tire. They take safety precautions to prevent an explosion. But it does happen from time to time.
Air pressure against the Bead keeps the tire from slipping on the wheel. Traction keeps it from slipping on a surface.
Sometimes it is a manufacturing defect. Sometimes it is a "goose egg" caused by a belt slipping. If you do not trust the tire dealer you are talking to, go to a Firestone or Goodyear store. Most are legitimate dealers and will be happy to advise you.
i think as far as i read emphysema means enlargment of alveolar walls and destruction whereas overinflation is just enlargment....without destruction.
yes it can cause low tire pressure
NoThis can:Ruin the tireThe low tire pressure can damage the tire and cause it to loose its balance and shake going down the road.
a loose or slipping belt
A slipping clutch.
If it isn't slipping it is downshifting to 3rd gear
improper tire wear
Yes. Low pressure will cause edge wear. Over inflation will cause center wear.
The Bands in the transmission are slipping/ the tranny is bad.
The most likely cause is the fan belt is slipping
Belt is loose and slipping
The most common cause is slipping belt
What would cause a grinding noise after a tire is replaced and the brakes are not worn?
Tire out of balance, wheel bent, or there is a defect in the tire. A bad shock will also cause the tire to bounce.
A bad wheel bearing can cause your tire to tilt inward. The motion of the tire tilt thing in word, while you are driving, can cause the axle to break and the tire to come off.
yes and it may cause damage to the transmission if filled too much.