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Front losing air

Gsnyder

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Equus (2011-2016)
My 2011 equus loses air in the front overnight,does anyone know what I should check to find the problem.
 

TinsleyC

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Why not just take it to the local tire shop? They often fix flats / leaks for free.

Or you can look at the tread & sidewalls for a nail or other puncture, use a spray bottle of water and a little soap and look for bubbles. Check the valve stem, too.

Still, even if you find a leak, you're going to end up back at the local tire shop, so why not just start there.
 

Gsnyder

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I did not explain myself clearly, I am referring to the shocks, both front shocks lose air overnight.
 
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