the recomended presure is printed on the tire
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When you inflate the tires to the recommended inflation pressures, the factory-installed wheels and tires are designed in order to handle loads to the tire's rated load capacity. Incorrect tire pressures, or under-inflated tires, can cause the following conditions:
Inspect the tire pressure when the following conditions apply:
Inspect the tires monthly or before any extended trip. Adjust the tire pressure to the specifications on the tire label. Install the valve caps or the extensions on the valves. The caps or the extensions keep out dust and water.The kilopascal (kPa) is the metric term for pressure. The tire pressure may be printed in both kilopascal (kPa) and psi. One psi equals 6.9 kPa.
Tires with a lower than recommended pressure can cause the following conditions:
Unequal pressure on the same axle can cause the following conditions:
See the Tire Placard for specific tire and wheel applications and tire pressures.
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I suggest that you adjust the tire pressure to what it states on the vehicle information placard located in the drivers door opening. We set all tires to this value at the dealer I work at.