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I have a 2009 corolla and have had repeated problems losing tire pressure in one specific tire. I have replaced the tire twice and it still is happening. I'm told there is nothing wrong with the tire. What else could it be?

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Then the problem is the rim. If the rim is damaged enough it won't allow a good seal with the tire beading and it will leak. Such damage can occur in instances such as during a tire removal or installation, having the rim bent from hitting road hazards like potholes or driving over speed bumps too fast. The rim will have to be repaired or replaced.

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