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Wont to go fron 225/65/16 tires to 215/65/16 will this effect stering speed transmission or fuiel ecomney

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I Have a Toyota Sienna LE 2006 with tires 215/65/R16, can I replace them with tires 225/65/r16?


A cheaper route and one that would keep your speedometer more accurate would be 215/70R/16. Slightly taller, less footprint, but more accurate and true to your actual speed.

Nov 27, 2014 | 2006 Toyota Sienna

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I have a 2006 scion tc 5 spd doesnt read my speed i change my wheel sensors all 4 tire and stil doesnt read my speed i also change my cluster and still doesnt work any idea what could be also giving m


the dash speed readout is allways feed via the transmission speed sensor , it's usually close to the final drive output from transmission , this not working would also effect car if it had a automatic trans in it as it would not know what speed to shift at, a little less obvious in a 5 speed , wheel sensors usually only feedback to ABS brake system as they tell abs what tires are turning

Sep 19, 2014 | 2006 Scion tC

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Can i go bigger than 215-70-15 215 dont seem tall enough ? if i go to 16 inch will it effect the speedometer?


Hello, I can tell you about my 2002 Gran Marquis LSE wheels and tires. On my car which had the 16" Wheels, Mercury wanted a low rider style for all chassis, including Police cars. They used "60" Series tires and when parking mine, the front concrete curb stops would consistently allow the front bumper cover or the air dam underneath the car to hit. ( Partially from the settling of the Air Suspension.) Even snow covered roads would scrap the car bottom. I bumped my tires up to a 65 Series which seemed a good compromise and it helped. A 75 Series may do you good on 15" rims.

I started looking for taller tires to raise the body. I found a good Website in DiscountTires.com, which when you plug in different tires OR rim sizes will give you the Speedo error for a few preset speeds. The site also lists Alternative tire sizes normally used for YOUR car and Level 1, Level 2, wheel upgrades which is tire jargon known to some.

You can get some Speedos Electronically recalculated for the different tires or wheel sizes. Just make sure the new wheels need the same thickness of studs as are on your car. You need to watch the clearance at the front tires' back wheel lip and the inside of the tire by the frame.

You can ask a tire store to pull 1 tire in your size and roll out a few other sizes and stand them side by side to see the difference in height. I hope you have found my solution very helpful in making your choice.

Mar 24, 2011 | 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Can 215/65/16 tires on a 1999 Caravan be swapped for 205/60/16 tires?


Yes, you'll be o.k. They don't recommend anything over 3% difference, and your at about 1.8%. Speedo will read 61 mph when actually doing 60 mph. Have a look.

Stock Tire - 215/60R16 >Search Tires Tire 1 - 205/60R16 >Search Tires Section Width: 8.46 in 215 mm Section Width: 8.07 in 205 mm Rim Diameter: 16 in 406.4 mm Rim Diameter: 16 in 406.4 mm Rim Width Range: 5.5 - 8.5 in Rim Width Range: 5.5 - 7.5 in Overall Diameter: 26.15 in 664.21 mm Overall Diameter: 25.68 in 652.27 mm Sidewall Height: 5.07 in 128.77 mm Sidewall Height: 4.84 in 122.93 mm Radius: 13.07 in 331.97 mm Radius: 12.84 in 326.13 mm Circumference: 82.15 in 2086.6 mm Circumference: 80.67 in 2049.0 mm Revs per Mile: 795.4 Revs per Mile: 809.9 Actual Speed: 60 mph 100 km/h Speedometer1: 61.0 mph 101. km/h Speedometer Difference: - Speedometer Difference: 1.822% too fast Diameter Difference: - Diameter Difference: 1.8%

Nov 07, 2010 | 1999 Dodge Caravan

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Shaking in the stering at 60mph


Tire balance is likely cause, It starts shaking at a certain speed then will stop at a higher speed, If it were a bad belt it would have a constant wobble feel

Jun 11, 2010 | 1998 Buick Park Avenue

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Can I put 215/70/R15 winter tires from 2002 Montana on my 2003 Silhouette?


yes you can, basically you can just about put any size tire on as long as it fit however 215 is the height of the tires, by putting smaller or taller tires than recommended by the manufacture will effect you speed odometer. 70 is the width of the tires, the wider the better traction and 15 is the size of the tires that will fit the rims. Here is example...

Specification Sidewall Radius Diameter Circumference Revs/Mile Difference 215/75-15 6.3in 13.8in 27.7in 87.0in 728 0.0% 225/75-15 6.6in 14.1in 28.3in 88.9in 713 2.1%

Oct 21, 2009 | 2003 Oldsmobile Silhouette

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2157016 TIRES GO UP TO 2257016 WILL IT EFFECT ABS , BRAKES


Tire width should not affect your brake components at all, but with the added weight of the tires it will may take a little longer to stop due to the rolling mass, but it probably will not be noticeable.

Oct 21, 2008 | 2005 Chevrolet Astro

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Transmission shafts growl and the steering wheel vibrate


Either a loose nut or a broken/crack washer /rubber in the front transmition. AThis a headache to any dealer because the fron transmition will be dismantle to check on every piece. The reason it starts a60 is because the force/torque upon the washer and disapears at 100 because the force/torque upon the piece is so big the lock again
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Sep 26, 2008 | 2006 Suzuki Vitara

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