it isn't bad, but it needs to be fixed. You should go to a discount auto parts store, and purchase a tire plug kit. It will consist of a slimy black tar like length of material which will be threaded into the needle, which looks like a screw driver with an eye on the end of it, thread it about one third of the way through the needle, also included will be some rubber cement type glue in a tube, cover the threaded needle and the black thing with the rubber cement. You should either have another can of fix a flat on hand or be near an air pump when you do this becasue you may lose air. Also included will be a tire gouger type tool, first rotate the tire to where the nail is, using your finger or a screw driver, pull out the nail, insert the gouger, till the hole is actually larger, large enough to insert the threaded driver and black thing (my kids and I call them caterpillars for lack of a better term), any way, then insert, turning while pushing the needle, and slowly pull it out turning the opposite way so that the better part of the caterpillar stays inside the tire, whatever remains on the exterior cut it off leaving no longer than `1/4 inch of the caterpillar hanging out. check the pressure in your tire, add air if needed, then drive your car for a mile or so, or more if you like, to seal the hole. This is a permanent fix, it will last, if done properly, if you take it to the shop they may charge $20.00 at the auto parts store, the kit is between 3-6 dollars. it doesn't hurt to keep a spare kit in your car. good luckDisagreeSorry but I disagree with the above answer. The fix-a-flat is not necessarily a bad thing, but just like the plug mentioned is just a temporary fix. Have the tire fixed properly with a patch inside the tire. If not you may be stranded again when the plug leaks. I have seen a number of these temporary plugs leak even when installed properly. It is a temporary fix, and is not meant to be permanent. Your very safety is riding on your tires, so don't take a chance, and have it repaired correctly with an internal patch. Be sure and tell the person who fixes the tire correctly that you used fix-a-flat.
Only if the valve stem is bad.
If it is part of the valve stem, yes.
Some quick answers : Stone stuck in the treads of the tire, a bad bearing, nail in the tire.
they are both in a bad mode
BAD BAD thing to do!But it is possible, you will ruin the tire, damage the wheel and quickly start doing thousands of dollars damage to the Poor Sedona.
If you suspect a flat spot on a tire examine the tire closely. You should be able to see a flat spot. To determine if your car has a bad wheel bearing rotate the wheel. A bad wheel bearing will often make a grinding sound as well as feeling rough as you turn the wheel. A bad wheel bearing may also shake or wiggle. It will also cause a car shaking problem.
Depends on the flat. A puncture from a nail or screw can usually be repaired pretty well. A hole in the side wall of the tire is pretty difficult to fix. Consult your tire professionals, they will tell you what can be done. ~most tires with holes can be plugged with an inexpensive plug kit. very simple procedure. fix a flat is a bad option. its known to ruin tires. if the hole or rip is iin the side, you would want to purchase a new tire.
Sounds like you have a bad left inner wheel bearing.
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Rear tires, bad leaf springs if your car has those. I have this problem. Can be defective shocks or struts, bent wheel, tire out of balance, flat spot on the tire, or another defect in the tire.
Could be a bad tire? Could be a bad wheel bearing?
vibrations are not bad for a car it vibrates every time you drive, but for safety i really think that with a flat spot on a tire it is not safe to drive on.
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In any and all Areas susceptible to Tropical Depressions, yes it is. As well as when you have flat tire.
The tire itself may be bad, with a flat spot (no tread) or bulge. Also, a wheel that is badly out of balance can thump at some speeds.
Check to see if your cv boot is torn, or if joint is bad.
bad tips no fares heavy traffic flat tire got a ticket
he got a flat tire it was raining heavy traffic or a car accident
nail glue is bad for kids only if they have to much on .
A bad tire weight can cause a rubbing noise on full left lock on your Honda Civic 1997. A bubble on the tire can also cause this.
Five possibilites . Loose wheel bearnigs ,hardend hose,bad caliper,bad pads,or low tire pressure on the left side
If the nail polish is toxic.
Check for missing wheel weights or possibly bad shocks. Can also be a defect in the tire itself. As in, a broken or seperated belt in the ply. Can also be a tire with a flat spot on it. Have this looked into by a professional tire shop as it could be dangerous.
you have a bad tire or a bad wheel bearing i had this in my 2004 explorer twice, a tire,then a bearing the bearing makes more noise when turning right to left when traveling