Today I jacked up one side of my car (rear jack pad) and 3 hours later went for a drive and got a tire failure light, pulled over and the passenger rear tire was at 24psi....is it possible I pinched the tire off the bead (letting air out) while jacking it up on one side (jacked it up pretty high and car s lowered)? Maybe it was just the cold weather? But it is odd that only one tire did that, drove it home after airing it up and it didn't drop in pressure at all....I visually looked at the tire and no nails, brand new TPMS/ valve stems, tires & rims (900 miles on them). Have you guys ever had tire pressure drop on one tire from the cold?
Tire is a 285/25/20 nitto invo
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