Q: Hey whats up peter, my name is Trayvon i wanted to get my mazda 6 fixed but dont know what all is wrong with the right tire can yo

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This question is about my car. Its a 2008 mazda 6 the right tire is stuck.

My car has 1360000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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