Why Tires Lose Air Pressure in Washington CH, OH

When your tire pressure reaches a dangerously low level, your tire pressure sensor may illuminate. In some cases, loss of tire pressure could be caused by damage to the tread or tire wall. However, it could also be the result of natural pressure loss over time. Generally speaking, a tire can lose up to 1.5 pounds of pressure a month.

Additional tire pressure may be lost in cold or wet road conditions. In many cases, you can resolve the problem by putting more air into the tires. However, if a tire is extremely worn or damaged, it may need to be replaced.

You can take your vehicle to our service center at Bedford Ford Lincoln to have it serviced at your earliest convenience. It may be possible to have tires inflated, rotated or replaced as needed. This may allow for a smoother and safer ride for anyone traveling in your car.

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