Question about Hyundai Sonata
The bead needs sealed. If you have just replaced the tires. Take it back. Tire shops won't use a bead sealer unless you ask (Valve stems should have been replaced also). I for one always sand down corrosion on the rim bead, then apply bead sealer. Bead sealer is messy and black. I clean them also. Most shops don't realize what it takes to get a customer to come back. I always plugged holes in tires for free. 3 drops of dish soap in a pint of water. Spray it on the tires and around the rim. You will find the leak.
Posted on Apr 21, 2015
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