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I have a 2007 cadillac sts. All 4 tires keep losing pressure. Whatis goingon.

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Either you have 4x punctures or 4x valves are leaking,pick one.....

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

  • geoff hunter Aug 24, 2010

    other than calling round and dunkin each wheel in a water ****,the only answer you will get.........THANKS, for the one thumbs up,that is what you get for free.....

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