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SOURCE: How much air pressure in 03 Liberty?

it should no it does say on the rim of each tire not the rim the tire outter side of it.....
the air presure and the size of the tire ...
presure reading location- on tire is really small and on inner of tire around rim .....
size- on the tire around outter of tire little bigger print
example for size:235/75 R-15
example for pressure: 44p.s.i.

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Honda FES 125 Pantheon tire pressure


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I have a 03 yz 250 How much PSI do I put in my tires for racing track


The factory recommends 15PSI. I usually run 12PSI.

Depends a lot on what tires you have and what kind of "track" you are riding. You typically want a firm tire (more pressure) for a soft surface and a softer tire (less pressure) for a hard track but there are always exceptions depending on the details of the track and what tire you have mounted up. If you are riding a track with a lot of hard braking bumps or firm ruts or even tree roots (if you ride trails) you should run more pressure - like maybe 13-15PSI. If you run less than about 10PSI you risk pinching the tube and getting the rim damaged from sand intrusion between the bead and the tire which can cause a lot of problems unless you change your tires frequently and run multiple bead locks. To run really low pressures usually means you don't have the best tire on your bike for the conditions in my opinion.

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Soft track, hard tire - run 12-15PSI
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My Totota Venza's tire pressure light keep coming on very 6 weeks after driving it for a year. Only have 10K miles after 1 1/2 years. I have taken it back to dealer three times and will be a fourth...


No car defect - there is a normal amount of wear on your tires after 10K miles, and
one (or more) of the tires are starting to leak air just a little bit - which after 1.5 years and
10K miles is entirely expected.
What's happening is that the TPMS (Tire Pressure Management System) sensors (one in each tire)
are sending info to the car's computer telling it that there is low air in at least one tire.
To the TPMS, "low air" means a drop in air pressure of just a few percent (set by the
manufacturer). A drop in pressure in just one tire will light the dashboard light.
The spare (temporary) tire is not monitored by the TPMS, and typically carries a pressure
of 60 PSI.
According to http://www.safercar.gov (NHTSA), a normal tire will lose as much as 1.5 PSI
per month as air escapes the tire and rim naturally.
The 2009 Toyota Venza utilizes the "direct" TPMS system (as opposed to the indirect), which is
explained by the Wikipedia article at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TPMS

If you or dealer suspect the TPMS sensor(s) in one or more tires, they can be purchased on the aftermarket from sites like www.rockauto.com, www.carpartsdiscount.com, et.al. After the new TPMS sensor(s) are installed,
you (or your garage),must re-teach the TPMS system its new sensors using the following procedure: (1) let the car sit stationary on its wheels (not lifted) for at least 20 minutes, then
test drive the car for at least 10 minutes at a continuous speed of 15 MPH or greater. During the
test drive, the TPMS dashboard light should go out.

For 2009 Toyota Venza recalls, visit
http://www.autorecalls.us/aut-03/recalls/2009/toyota/venza/index.html

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How much air in the front and the back tires for a 2003 HD Dyna Lowrider are required


Max pressure is 41psi for thise tires. Tire pressure depends much on how you ride/drive.

depending on your size (160lb vs 300lb) you can start at about 36R 34F and go up. Too low, you damage teh tire, too high you feel every rock in the road.

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3/2/10 On my 2008 Malibu, about 50% of the time, just after I start the car the "SVC TIRE MONITOR" warning message appears on the info center and the tire icon appears. Most of the time the tire pressure...


If the light that is coming on is the service tire monitor then this has nothing to do with the tires being low it means there is a problem with the tire monitoring system and they should check for codes.The low tire pressure or check tire pressure are if the tires are low and need air.There is a service bulletin on this it is 07-03-16-004B.If they can`t find the problem they should be calling technical assistance for help.This is a support group from general motors that advises them on what steps to take if they can`t find the problem on their own.I have not had any questions here for this concern.But I had a few when I was at the dealership.Hope this helps.Good luck.

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How much air pressure in 03 Liberty?


If you do not have the owners manul then the tire manufaturers recomended pressure will be on the sidewall of the tire colest to the rim.Will be very small and give you load pounds@__ psi cold.32-44PSI but may be higher.

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2003 Gr. Cherokee Tire PMS overactive with smaller sidewall tires


Hello partner. The difference in air pressure variations from a 16',17' or 20" tires is a non-factor. Any size tire will go up about 1psi per 10 degrees ambient temperature. The recommended pressure for an 03 Grand Cherokee is 33psi. So if it's a rainy 55 degrees in the great northwest when you set your pressures the temperature on your trip to Death Valley would have to climb to about 175 degrees. On a different note maybe your alarm just isn't calibrated correctly.

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