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I have a leak on the passenger side rear tire

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Dependent on where the leak is and what state you are in you can have it patched/plugged/replaced, or have the valve stem checked for leakage. It could be many things including simply a bad tire separating, I would take it to a tire shop to have it checked out myself.

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