Check your owners manual it will say, also the sidewall of the tires will say. I would say 35psi Paul from Canada
NEVER look at a tire sidewall for pressure numbers! Different car models require different pressures. A tire can be placed on many different models, so how can a tire tell you what pressure YOUR car should have? CHECK THE OWNERS manual or inside the door sides or the glovebox for your car's pressure. THE ONLY TIRE PRESSURE LISTED ON A TIRE TELLS YOU THE MAXIMUM PRESSURE THAT THE TIRE CAN TAKE --IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH WHAT YOUR CAR REQUIRES.
I consulted the user manual for my '93 Geo Prizm, and it said "Geo does not make tires...check the information supplied by the TIRE MANUFACTURER!" I could not find any info on the door posts...HUH?Open the glovebox and look at the sticker in there. Odd spot I know... If you have the 175's on it says 29psi front and rear.
The proper pressure depends on the tire itself. The recommended tire pressure is stamped on the sidewall of the tire beside the load rating..
There is written on the side of the tire, the maximum tire pressure you can inflate the tire to. But the proper pressure depends on what vehicle you install the tire on. Look on the driver's door post of the vehicle or in the owner's manual.
Tire pressure is related to what type of tire it is. the recommended pressure for the tire is on the side wall of the tire ========================================================== That is the MAXIMUM cold tire inflation pressure that is shown on the side of the tire
Written in the owners manual and on the drivers door post.
35...It states that on the tire.
A Lexus ES 350 tire pressure light will reset on its own. Tire pressure lights will turn off when the tire is at the proper pressure.
If you READ the SIDE of the TIRE, it will be written on it.
Inaccurate pressure can cause poor mileage, uneven tire wear, or a tire blow-out. To prevent these events from happening it is important to maintain proper tire pressure.
It will say on the side of the tire
The tire will have the maximum allowable pressure printed on the sidewall of the tire. If your vehicle does not have the original equipment tires on it, you wouldn't be filling the tires to the proper pressure anyway. Look on the sidewall of the tire, it's mandatory for tire producers to label the tire with the proper inflation rate