Q: What is the recommended tire press pressure?

asked by on January 15, 2016

What is the recommended tire press pressure?

The ideal tire pressure for your car is located on the tire and loading information label. This label is placed next to the driver’s door latch, and can be viewed when the driver’s door is open.

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