Q: What is the weight capacity for my vehicle?

asked by on January 04, 2016

What is the weight capacity for my vehicle?

It’s very important to never exceed the weight capacity for your vehicle. Otherwise, your car may not operate correctly and could be an extreme safety hazard. The vehicle weight capacity can be located on the Tire and Loading Information Label. This label is right next to the driver door latch, and can only be viewed when the driver door is open.

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