Q: What is the recommended inflation pressure for my tires?

asked by on January 11, 2016

What is the recommended inflation pressure for my tires?

You should always inflate your tires to the to the proper pressure. This will increase the life of your tires, and the safety of your vehicle. The proper inflation pressure can be found on the tire and loading information label, which is located on the driver’s doorjamb, right below the door latch.

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