Raise the vehicle using an automotive lift. Remove the rim and tire assembly from the vehicle. Remove the tire from the rim. Install a new valve stem assembly. Install a new tire on the rim. Inflate the tire to recommended pressure. Balance the tire and rim assembly on a computer-aided dynamic tire balancing machine. Reinstall the tire and rim assembly onto the vehicle. Torque the wheel retaining nuts to the vehicle manufacturer’s specifications.*
Your vehicle’s tires are the only connection between your vehicle and the road. Safe vehicle operation depends on your tires being in good condition. If your tires are neglected, the tread can wear completely away, leaving the tire bald and often exposing the steel cords. Not only is this condition dangerous, it is also unlawful in many states. Tires with an abnormal tread wear pattern can cause the vehicle to shimmy and vibrate, and can adversely affect the manner in which your vehicle performs. A tire with an abnormal tread wear pattern will no longer contact the road the way that it was designed to, and this condition can be dangerous, especially during adverse road conditions.
*The following may contain instructions for servicing various components of your vehicle. These are an overview of the process that will be performed by a skilled technicians in our shop. They are not intended to be a guide for a “do-it-yourself” operation.
**This information is courtesy of MPI