The tires on my wife’s ’05 Infiniti FX35 are about six months old. We had no problems with them until three weeks ago. When driving down the highway, the tire-pressure warning light came on. I pulled over to see which one had gone flat, but lo and behold, the right front tire was registering 57 psi. I reduced the pressure to 36, continued my drive home, checked the tires the next morning, found everything okay, figured it was just a fluke and forgot about it. Then, a few days ago, the exact same thing happened again. Same car, same tire, same highway. I’ve taken the car back to the reputable dealer where I purchased the tires. No one has heard of this before and they can find nothing wrong with the car or the tire. I don’t even think they believe me. What do you think, guys? -- Rob
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