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Old 11-17-2008, 12:54 PM   #11
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Did this just start happening? It's hard to say how long the air will last. Have you check the valves in the stems? Do you hear it leaking and have you tried using a spray bottle with a mixture of dish detergent and water? It will bubble at the leak area if you spray enough solution on it. The mesh is a protector against the line rubbing on anything. Is your warranty still good, call yor dealer, they may be able to check it or advise you where to take it. If it's not a valve stem that needs tightening, you can take it to a Ford Truck Center and have them check the tire for possibly a nail or a bad valve stem.
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Old 11-17-2008, 08:31 PM   #12
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Did this just start happening? It's hard to say how long the air will last. Have you check the valves in the stems? Do you hear it leaking and have you tried using a spray bottle with a mixture of dish detergent and water? It will bubble at the leak area if you spray enough solution on it. The mesh is a protector against the line rubbing on anything. Is your warranty still good, call yor dealer, they may be able to check it or advise you where to take it. If it's not a valve stem that needs tightening, you can take it to a Ford Truck Center and have them check the tire for possibly a nail or a bad valve stem.
Thanks a ton for responding; My unit is brand new. I took owner ship from Chesco 8/28/08. It is still under warranty and tonight I just took it up there for them to replace the entire frige due to not keeping cold, tires will be checked and an upgrade of the valve stems because I was reading the ones that come from the factory are cheap and malfunctions a lotl. I also just saw Steve and Irv tonight they too agree the stems are crap from factory. They are going to look at the tires and valves and fix. There are some other minor annoying problems they are going to fix too.

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Old 11-18-2008, 03:18 PM   #13
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I haven't had any tire issues, thank God, But I'd be interested in knowing what replacement stems they would recommend in the event I do encounter a problem. Best of luck with everything, Charlie
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