What air pressure is right for my tires

Proper inflation is the single most important factor in tire care. The inflation pressure imprinted on the sidewall of the tire is the MAXIMUM operating pressure determined by the tire manufacturer. It is not necessarily the correct tire inflation for your vehicle. You should ALWAYS use the inflation recommended by the vehicle manufacturer. This information can be found in the owner's manual & often on a placard located in the vehicle's doorjamb, inside the fuel hatch, or on the glove compartment door.

Always check the pressure when the tires are "cold" -- at least three hours after the vehicle has been stopped & before it has been driven one mile. It's best to inflate your tires in the morning before the day's heat. And don't forget to check the spare tire.

 

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