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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-09-2017, 04:40 PM Thread Starter
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I put this under miscellaneous because its about my S.U.V
I had all the tires changed and when I returned from my long bike trip I found one of the tires flat. I took it to the dealer and they didnt find anything in it and removed it and replaced it. Today the light for TPMS was on and I checked the valve on the tire . It leaks from the stem. The question is: is the stem the same as a regular valve so I can unscrew it and put a new one in its place or is an expensive part . Its under warranty but i dont feel like going back to the dealer if its simple. Thanks in advice for any advise you may have.

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Yes the valve core is just like anything else.
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