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there is supposed to be a decal on the passengers side door pillar that has that information, it is a sticker and sometimes comes off. I usually run my tires at 32 psi for fuel mileage and wear, they seem to perform better at that pressure

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see tyre factory specs, but normally 34 psi

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SOURCE: Hi What are the raer tyre pressures for a

Generally around 10 psi. Definately no more than 15 psi. The most important thing is that it is the same pressure in each, or the cut height will be uneven.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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