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2020 Crv EX 10K miles. Two weeks ago, the Tpms light kicked on along with the "tire pressures low" warning. I checked the drivers front tire and psi was low. Brought it to a local tire shop, who said they found a small hole and patched it. Next day.. Light comes back on. Psi was at about 29, filled all the tires, ran calibration. Repeat cycle for a couple of days. Had the local Honda dealer look at it while there for an oil change. They say they can't find anything wrong with the tire except "feathering", replace it or go back to tire shop that patched it. Tire shop when I went back said the driver rear tire bubbled on inspection, and they patched that. With that low of mileage, no viseable damage to the wheel, no recent memory of hitting a pothole/road object.. Is it likely a defective tire issue or a wheel issue.. It's needing air on a daily basis.
 

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BTW you would think the tire shop would have done that for you as they just worked on it.
Their repair could have failed or not have been right from the get go. A leaking valve stem would seem to be a warranty item for a new vehicle as would a leaking rim.
But since 10K on it it isn't that new and the issue is.
 
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