Question about 2006 Dodge Grand Caravan
We have had new tires twice now and it just keeps happening. The mechs looked and said they have seen nothing to say we have a leak or a bead...what could possibly be happening? I know for a fact there is no puncture holes.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's very possible the rim has a slight bend in it, causing an imperfect bead and a slow leak. Only ways to loose air in a tire are:
Posted on Oct 08, 2011
The drain hole you are talking about is for the a/c. You need to put a pressure tester on the cooling system. You can get the tool from advanced auto parts tool program you will get all your money back when you return the tool. But watch the gauge if the pressure starts to go down start looking for the leak if it is coming out the same drain you are talking about that is your heater and you have to take out the dash to get to it to replace it. If the gauge is leaking but you don't see the coolant leaking anywhere check your oil see if is white. If so this means you have a blown head gasket. let me know what happens I have more info to give but this will get youj started
Posted on Mar 24, 2012
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