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How do I check the tire pressure?
You can check the tire pressure for each individual tire using your car’s electronic vehicle information center (EVIC). The EVIC display screen is located in the middle of the gauge cluster, and gives the driver lots of pertinent information. The navigational tools for the EVIC are on the left side of the steering wheel. Use the navigational tools to scroll through the EVIC screen until you get to “Tire PSI” then press enter (the navigation button that looks like an arrow pointing to the right). This will display the PSI of each individual tire on the EVIC screen.
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