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Q: Where do I find the tire and loading information label?

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Where do I find the tire and loading information label?

Your car has very specific requirements when it comes to tire size, air pressure, maximum vehicle weight, towing capacity and more. All of this information and more can be found on the tire and loading information label. You’ll find this label on the inside of the driver door frame. On the sedan, it’s located at the curve of the frame. On the coupe, it’s located farther up the door frame, closer to the latch.

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