Q: Put air in tire, but light still on

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The tire light is on and I filled the air several times in it. Is this a slow leak and if so, is there a way I can repair it myself without having to buy a new tire? Thanks.

It is possible to have the tire plugged or patched unless it is a run flat tire. Most manufacturers do not recommend repairing run flat tires. Any tire retailer or dealership can advise you if the tire can be repaired.

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