Today I’m going to show you how to use a tire inflator for fifth-generation Camaro. The tire inflator is going to be located inside the trunk, lift up the carpet.
We have an inflator, has a pressure gauge on the tozi with your pressure would be at an on/off switch and a pressure relief valve, so you can let the pressure out before you disconnect the hose and as a 12-volt cigarette lighter plugin and then attach the air hose. This is fix-a-flat, so I’m going to show you how to hook all this up.
It’s got a pretty long cord so you can reach any tire, just start a new car and leave it running while using the compressor, just threads right on there make sure it’s all the way down and now we have a good connection so before we use the fix-a-flat I’d recommend just airing up the tower.
It becomes really slippery and sticky and they can’t get good adhesion with the patches, so I’d make this a last resort for putting in your tire. We go ahead and try to air it up if you’re able to air it up and you can get to hold air for about half an hour.
Connect the air compressor to the fix-a-flat, it connects to make sure you get to thread presser it’s connected to your fix-a-flat. Now we connect the fix-a-flat bottle to the tire and it also has threads on it. You’ll want to leave the compressor running until all the contents from the fixed glider inside the tower or until you reach the right pressure. On the pressure gauge, we’re gonna go ahead and hook it.
If you’re still having problems with the tower holding thereafter using the fix of flat, there’s one trick you can do. If you can get the tire to hold any air like 1015 pounds, what you can do is actually unhook everything drives your car about 50 feet, so that sliding circulates inside the tire and then try to re-air it up again.