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I hit a curb in my 05 dodge stratus on the driver rear tire ummmm and now tire looks loose and tire looks like it wants to come off. what happened what needs to be replaced.

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Remove the wheel and take it to a tyre repairer. He will reseat the tyre and inflate it. If the hit was hard enough to do damage to the tyre itself it will have to be replaced.

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