The problem may be
TIRE DAMAGE NEEDING REPAIR
A tire that loses all or most of its air pressure must be removed from the wheel
for a complete inspection to be sure it is not internally damaged. Driving for
even short distances on underinflated tires may be dangerous & often damages
the tires beyond repair.
Most punctures, nail holes, or cuts up to 1/4 inch confined to the tread may be
satisfactorily repaired by trained personnel using industry-approved procedures.
An on-the-wheel plug-only repair is not reliable & may cause further damage to
The proper repair of a radial tire includes the placing of a rubber patch on the
inner liner of the tire by a professional. Do not attempt to have repaired tires
with tread punctures larger than 1/4-inch, or any sidewall puncture. Also, do
not have tires repaired that are worn below 2/32nd-inch tread depth.
Make certain that your spare tire is always ready to go into service. Check it
regularly for proper air pressure & be sure that it is in good condition. If
your vehicle is equipped with one of the several types of temporary spares, be
sure to check the spare tire's sidewall for the correct inflation pressure,
speed, & mileage limitations.