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|Titan Wheels, Tires & Brakes Technical discussion about the wheels, tires, brakes, etc.|
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Originally Posted by Arachnid
That stuff makes a heck of a mess, I would just take it in to your local tire shop and get it fixed the right way.
Originally Posted by CMBTITAN6
Yes it will mess up the TPMS sensor. There is a small hole in the sensor that reads the tire pressure, if that hole gets clogged (which it will with Fix-A-Flat) the sensor is not able to read tire pressure. Have someone break the tire down, alot of times you will find something sticking through from the inside of the tire.
Originally Posted by rrumaner
What part of "Its very corrosive...it can eat up wheels!!!" did you not understand?
Take a look at who is posting that and you might understand that he knows what he is talking about.
Use fix-a-flat at your own risk. Just don't come back here and complain that no one warned you.
Originally Posted by Nissan Mike
Put the wheel in your bathtub,pool,lake or whatever,my leak was visible with the sensor in the six o clock position and pouring straight soap on it.Like Mantis said you can keep tightening down(within reason) to see if the leak stops,if not,the dealer does sell the base gaskets to reseal these to the rims.
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