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Only 1998 style valve stems will send the correct signal to the tire pressure control unit. If you can fit the 98 valve stems into the 2008 wheels, its worth a try. Also, you will need to reprogram the sensors in the wheels once they are on the car.
its on all uSA cars , drivers door.
and in glove box operators guide, lost that. buy one.
look again? for sticker, it is there.
the door jam only covers stock sized tires.
and you didn't post that. P205/75-r15?
each tire made has a perfect pressure based on load on the tire.
every tire has chart for that. (all do)
if not a stock tire. you need a chart.
sold with 5 different tires sizes, says FSM book.
what is important is not driving with cupped or crowning tire treads
this is dangerous to do .
if unsure, do the chock test. (google "tire foot print chock test"
there are only 2 ways
1: the chart or door sticker facts
2: or chock tests.
30 PSI my be a good starting place on stock tires.
doing it right, avoids skids.
or worse careening..
Tire pressure should be within 5 psi of the tires recommended max pressure but never higher. All tires have there max pressure stamped on the sidewall of the tire. Never go by the vehicles recommendation for tire pressure, always go by the tire. Some tires have different pressure recommendations than others. 35psi is most common- but some car tires rec. 44psi or more.
tire pressure is located on the door jamb at the drivers door on a white label or sometimes in the glove-box or in the trunk under the mat where the spare tire rests if the tires are of spec it is listed upon the tire itself near the rim you will see a series of numbers including tire size however 32-35 psi is almost always the correct pressure
Thomas Heime is wrong, wrong, wrong! That is the max. pressure that the tyre can handle! the proper tyre pressure is written below the latch on the passenger side door. Open the passenger door, look at the label below the latch and there it is.