In this video I will show easy steps to fix a flat tire by yourself.

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    • fixitsamo
      fixitsamo

      Watch How to Fix a Rear Flat Tire EASY https://youtu.be/z_kHFUZFZts

      about 1 year ago
    • tony sony
      tony sony In reply to fixitsamo

      Why all comments are weird here 😂

      about 1 month ago
    • Yusuff Yusuff
      Yusuff Yusuff In reply to fixitsamo

      +I K ...

      about 2 months ago
    • QQ T
      QQ T In reply to fixitsamo

      fixitsamo hieu tieng viet ko anh chi cach lam cho

      about 4 months ago
    • معروف عبدالمجيد
      معروف عبدالمجيد In reply to fixitsamo

      +patrick mokoena اءازذمكةةةةىؤ ذهبه

      about 5 months ago
    • I K
      I K In reply to fixitsamo

      Did you really had a punctured tyre or did it yourself for the demo?

      about 5 months ago
    • nikita nikolaevich
      nikita nikolaevich

      Listen for my grandfather

      about 3 days ago
    • Ashlei Johnson
      Ashlei Johnson

      There is fix a flat in my tire, how do I fix my tire? No one will fix it.

      about 4 days ago
    • Edward Catholic
      Edward Catholic In reply to Ashlei Johnson

      Take it to Discount Tire

      about 1 day ago
    • baungu 108
      baungu 108

      Some states are not allowed to fix with these kits.

      about 6 days ago
    • nwodmf
      nwodmf In reply to baungu 108

      yeah and every one of them have mechanics doing it to their own cars the secret is not getting caught but if you dont know how to patch a car and drive with patched/sketchy tires you should probably just get a new one cause as soon as anything happens you will likely panic and cause an accident

      about 1 day ago
    • Kenneth McCann
      Kenneth McCann

      Where is rubber cement is lots easier! Every package have rubber cement with plugs and tools helps to make plug go inside hole faster with cement and stop air leak too.

      about 7 days ago
    • midninte ranger
      midninte ranger

      The 2nd tool is a rasp

      about 9 days ago
    • Rude Rocky
      Rude Rocky

      “Go straight down like that “ (starts twisting)

      about 10 days ago
    • yj K
      yj K In reply to Rude Rocky

      it's still straight down. He didn't go sideways, did he?

      about 7 days ago
    • S Lipton
      S Lipton

      Thank you!!!

      about 10 days ago
    • Andy Benz
      Andy Benz

      How to fix tire?
      Discount tires

      about 13 days ago
    • Ashlei Johnson
      Ashlei Johnson In reply to Andy Benz

      Discount tire sucks. They are a scam

      about 4 days ago
    • Chris Lareau
      Chris Lareau In reply to Andy Benz

      Discount tire would not be willing to fix this tire. Puncture is too close to the shoulder. They would make you replace it.

      about 11 days ago
    • Guccisosachamberlain
      Guccisosachamberlain

      I took out the nail on my tire, cannot for the life of me fit the insert tool in ther though!

      about 22 days ago
    • Richard Parker
      Richard Parker In reply to Guccisosachamberlain

      Most the time it's very easy to just let the air run out to lessen the pressure but I would only do this at an air hose.

      about 6 days ago
    • rocco pelagalli
      rocco pelagalli In reply to Guccisosachamberlain

      +John Houston ch ct 7 h

      about 15 days ago
    • El Profe
      El Profe In reply to Guccisosachamberlain

      I had to to this today. first timer here. It a was small nail and the hole was small too. I put the tool in the hole and started to make circles with the tip inside, at the same time I was pushing downward. Finally it went inside and managed to do it, it takes a little bit of effort though

      about 18 days ago
    • fixitsamo
      fixitsamo In reply to Guccisosachamberlain

      Don’t use any other tools but the rasp tool that comes with the kit to clean the whole simply slide it up and down to clean the whole and by doing it multiple times the whole will get a bit wider this will make it a lot easier to insert the plug drive safe and good luck

      about 19 days ago
    • Rich Weston
      Rich Weston In reply to Guccisosachamberlain

      You can use a flat head screw driver to open it a lil

      about 19 days ago
    • Luis Lopez
      Luis Lopez

      I love when he says YOU SEE YOU DONT LOOSE THAT MUCH AIR hahahahaha bruh you can see the inside of the rim yea you fixed it but all the freakend air came out lol awesome

      about 24 days ago
    • Daniel Leonardo
      Daniel Leonardo In reply to Luis Lopez

      That just a plastic cover for the rim

      about 20 days ago
    • Brett Allen COVER UFO MAGAZINE
      Brett Allen COVER UFO MAGAZINE

      CALLED A TIRE PLUG...

      about 29 days ago
    • Boris Nadj
      Boris Nadj In reply to Brett Allen COVER UFO MAGAZINE

      Temporary tire plug

      about 23 days ago
    • Wai Lee
      Wai Lee

      He forgot to put rubber cement with the plug.

      about 1 month ago
    • Latin Rox
      Latin Rox In reply to Wai Lee

      Wai Lee yup he did

      about 7 days ago
    • Figueroa Jose
      Figueroa Jose In reply to Wai Lee

      tony sony thanks for the info. Did not know that, stay blessed king.

      about 23 days ago
    • tony sony
      tony sony In reply to Wai Lee

      Wai Lee no he didn’t cause you don’t need rubber cement for this kit that’s why the plugs are red
      I have the exact same kit I’ve red the instructions on the back this kit dosent require any glue (cement)

      You will need glue for the black plugs witch is a totally different kit and usually the glue is included in the package drive safe always follow the manufacturer instructions

      about 1 month ago
    • billg521
      billg521

      RUBBER CEMENT... I always apply rubber cement to the plug, it will slide in much easier plus the rubber cement will dry to a tight seal .

      about 1 month ago
    • Handy Manny
      Handy Manny

      Did you test for leakage with your saliva? Just kidding mate lol

      about 1 month ago
    • Joe Tintin
      Joe Tintin

      Don’t wear sandals when working on cars.

      about 1 month ago
    • yj K
      yj K In reply to Joe Tintin

      preaching for no good reason. What the hell do you think he will drop?

      about 7 days ago
    • Matthew K
      Matthew K In reply to Joe Tintin

      He wasn’t using any heavy objects to harm him if something did fall.

      about 20 days ago
    • tony sony
      tony sony In reply to Joe Tintin

      Joe Tintin 😂

      about 1 month ago
    • john scimeca
      john scimeca

      There are a company that makes plugs they're called Tech plugs very expensive like $30 for 50 plugs they are permanent fix are made of the same material as Tire

      about 1 month ago
    • john scimeca
      john scimeca In reply to john scimeca

      +John Bowes I get a lot of flat tires have a landscaping business it's either one of my trucks or trailer Honda lawn mowers my car.

      about 2 days ago
    • Matthew K
      Matthew K In reply to john scimeca

      +John Bowes people get them quite often in different areas. I just recently had my first flat after driving for around 7 years (100k miles)

      about 2 days ago
    • John Bowes
      John Bowes In reply to john scimeca

      john, just how many flat tires are you expecting to have? I've used two plugs out of the six plugs that I got in the same type kit 4 years ago! That would leave me 48 plugs laying around, and $24 worse off after paying $6 for my original kit.

      about 2 days ago
    • Matthew K
      Matthew K In reply to john scimeca

      john scimeca these work just fine. There is a guy on YouTube that’s Been using it on his new Porsche gt3, lol hasn’t died or crashed yet.

      about 20 days ago
    • Graham Bull
      Graham Bull

      So what new ? just an up dated kit using old methods

      about 1 month ago
    • Masterr Laster
      Masterr Laster

      Tire repair shops hate this video.

      about 1 month ago
    • Kryssii
      Kryssii

      That was very informative bt i i wouldn't be able to apply that pressure u did. I saw u were a muscular guy & I'm about 115 pounds soaking wet lol. I just pictured me trying with all my body weight.... haha. Maybe Fix q flat? Not to mention the screw in my tire is completely flush with the rubber theres nothing to grasp onto in order to pull the screw out....I'm so frustrated. One more question? Wouldn't it be cheaper to bring to a tire place for them to patch it? Just seems like that kit would be just as expensive if not more? If not this is a great alternative for ppl that could actually do the work Im just not sure if I could & dont want to make it worse & lose money.

      about 1 month ago
    • Kryssii
      Kryssii In reply to Kryssii

      +Boe Dillard lmao yes true....

      about 11 days ago
    • Boe Dillard
      Boe Dillard In reply to Kryssii

      If you weigh 115 lbs and are soaking wet, guys will stop to do this for you.

      about 11 days ago
    • kfsh man
      kfsh man In reply to Kryssii

      +Kryssii it can be anything. That's why you need a good job. And yes it can be fixed

      about 1 month ago
    • Kryssii
      Kryssii In reply to Kryssii

      +kfsh man & thank you for answering my questions I appreciate it. 😊😉😎

      about 1 month ago
    • 0011clem raptor
      0011clem raptor

      that is an ok fix until you can get to a tyre store.

      about 1 month ago
    • Jorge Mendoza
      Jorge Mendoza In reply to 0011clem raptor

      Ducati Dude
      Tire manufactors didn’t have a problem in the past with tire repairs, conventional and plug kits.
      I don’t like lawsuits personally. Ohh America!!!! The land of frivolous happy go sue.

      Firestone had A MAJOR tire defect in the last decade, many people died and many more got hurt because firestone knew of its defect and people sued righteously so.

      Look at Boeing with its 737 MAX, they knew they had a defect but they were / are more interest in $$$ instead of lives.

      All of a sudden or very rapidly ALL tires repairs are NOT safe, come on buddy!!!

      If it’s racing I can see ALL tires should be new and prestine but for the most general world applications patch are ok to fine.

      Riding on slick tires in the rain or just cold weather on a bike or car or whatever might be more dangerous.

      I understand your point🏍🏎

      about 3 days ago
    • Ducati Dude
      Ducati Dude In reply to 0011clem raptor

      +Jorge Mendoza ---> Sure dude, in most cases, a tire plug will suffice until the tire needs replacing... however, if the plug fails, and there is injury/fatality as a result... don't go looking for someone to sue... 😉👍 "Nobody told me it was just a 'Temporary' fix..."

      about 3 days ago
    • Jorge Mendoza
      Jorge Mendoza In reply to 0011clem raptor

      0011clem raptor
      Not true. I had a flat( bolt still attached) fixed on a 2015 Porsche two years ago and everything was fine.
      I drive my Porsche HARD when I do drive it and the tire and repair was fine until I replaced ALL my tires due normal wear recently. Maybe if I track it I might add an inside patch also.
      I have had several plug repairs on my truck over many years and I just had one done on my CX9 and it still drives fine, no air leaks.
      Now I keep a plug kit on my Porsche as I will fix it myself on the road if I need to. Also my car comes equipped with a little air compressor.
      No, I will not use the tire sealant as of this is REALLY A TEMPORARY REPAIR and way more costly as the the tire needs to come off $40-70 and run the risk of my rim being scratch- to clean the junk of the sealant plus inside repair $20-50.
      It doesn’t end there yet. Some dealers or tire stores don’t want to fix the tire for liabilities reasons.
      They want to SELL you a new tire which might force you to buy another tire if the tire tread on the other tire of same axle has a big tread difference, so way more money is needed. $900+ for two Tirerack price plus labor.
      I am not making this stuff up.

      So tire plug kit IF used properly is a no brainer.

      SAFETY is extremely important to me but so is NOT trowing my money away also.
      Peace.

      about 3 days ago
    • Ducati Dude
      Ducati Dude In reply to 0011clem raptor

      Yes... tire plugs are intended to be a 'Temporary' fix until you can replace the tire. Most peeps probably don't tho...

      about 11 days ago
    • Tek
      Tek In reply to 0011clem raptor

      Why? Even the interior sealing? I heard it's good

      about 1 month ago
    • Kelly Thomad
      Kelly Thomad

      Need to patch from inside.do plug only in emergency it makes hole bigger vould damage bands

      about 2 months ago
    • bigemugamer
      bigemugamer

      Great use of spit at the end EWWW =D gonna try this out in a few days.

      about 2 months ago
    • Philo Beddoe
      Philo Beddoe

      Good video.
      That is how to use a tire patch kit just right so you don't lose too much air, that way you can make it to the gas station to fill the tire back up if needed.

      about 2 months ago
    • Philo Beddoe
      Philo Beddoe In reply to Philo Beddoe

      +Robert McNamara I do have a 12 volt pump in my vehicle, but a foot pump would be even more reliable just slower. But without the tire patch kit, the pumps wouldn't matter.

      about 1 month ago
    • Robert McNamara
      Robert McNamara In reply to Philo Beddoe

      Philo Beddoe that’s why it’s good to keep a foot pump in your car. It takes long of course but it’s nice to have.

      about 1 month ago
    • LudKo Struja
      LudKo Struja

      Jebiga rodjo ti dok nekom objasnis kako se krpi guma izduva ti i onda moras stavljat rezervnu isti tu kurac dodje svakako

      about 2 months ago
    • Brussel Sprouts
      Brussel Sprouts

      I just stuck chewing gum over the hole...lol

      about 2 months ago
    • Sourav Bhattacharyya
      Sourav Bhattacharyya In reply to Brussel Sprouts

      I did the same, but for a bicycle leak, works fine

      about 1 month ago
    • 一百歲
      一百歲

      sohai

      about 2 months ago
    • CJ Roncal
      CJ Roncal

      You can add rubber cement in the last part

      about 2 months ago
    • geealmulla
      geealmulla

      Most important step is to get some spit on your finger and rub it on there . Don’t ever forget to do that 😂

      about 2 months ago
    • Non Mutual Group
      Non Mutual Group In reply to geealmulla

      +geealmulla lol

      about 19 days ago
    • geealmulla
      geealmulla In reply to geealmulla

      Philo Beddoe actually your the idiot for using spit 😂. Water can be found anywhere no matter if you have a bottle or not . It’s not hard to understand .

      about 1 month ago
    • Philo Beddoe
      Philo Beddoe In reply to geealmulla

      +geealmulla incorrect, yet again. Not everyone has a bottle of water or a drink with them in their car, 100% of the time. If you try to argue that, you are simply an idiot.

      And why would you want to waste your drink when you can just use some spit? What if the drink someone had wasn't water but was soda or juice? You want to dump all that sticky crap on your tire so dirt and gravel get stuck all over it? Again you continue not to make sense, seems to be a pattern with you.

      about 1 month ago
    • geealmulla
      geealmulla In reply to geealmulla

      Philo Beddoe wrong most people will have a bottle of water or other drink in their car no spit needed

      about 1 month ago
    • Philo Beddoe
      Philo Beddoe In reply to geealmulla

      +geealmulla wrong most people wont have water, maybe a jug of anti-freeze. I guess you could pour that all over your tire and make a huge mess instead of a tiny bit of spit, so good luck with that. It still makes more sense to just put a little spit on it vs finding some liquid to pour on it. At this point it does not matter if you cant understand this or not, spit still makes more sense on multiple levels.

      about 1 month ago
    • emilio kowalski
      emilio kowalski

      Use glue man, that's why it comes in the kit.

      about 2 months ago
    • Figueroa Jose
      Figueroa Jose In reply to emilio kowalski

      Masterr Laster From the info that I’ve gathered it seems that the only ones that need the rubber cement added to them is the black ones. You see those in most kits because most people buy the least expensive option and I’m guessing those kits are not as good as the other kits with the orange/red ones. The orange/red ones do NOT need cement and it also looks like if you add the cement to the orange/red ones that they will not work as good as the would if you would have left them without the rubber cement.

      about 23 days ago
    • Masterr Laster
      Masterr Laster In reply to emilio kowalski

      The glue is for the patches in your kit.

      about 1 month ago
    • Cody Rosa
      Cody Rosa In reply to emilio kowalski

      +emilio kowalski yeah the orange ones dont but the standard black ones should come with glue. I always used glue and just recently tried it on an orange one.. leaked on the first drive. Replaced it without glue and it's been holding since.

      about 1 month ago
    • emilio kowalski
      emilio kowalski In reply to emilio kowalski

      ​+Cody Rosa I had no idea they even came without glue, I guess I can't really talk about the kits that dont need it. It's still a good video, I just didn't know they made these types of kits. I think most places are going to sell the ones with glue, and it's probably the safer choice. So I would do everything like he instructed, only add the glue to the rubber part you thread through the handle.

      about 1 month ago
    • Cody Rosa
      Cody Rosa In reply to emilio kowalski

      +tony sony Just used one on my truck with glue.. leaked after getting home which is 40min. Redid it with no glue and it held great. Definitely can come out easier with more glue.

      about 1 month ago