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Tyre Pressures for Golf Estate 1.6 ?

Unfortunately the section is missing from the inherited manual

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    would like to no tyre pressures for my asta estate 1.3

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Hi philipoevans, what size of tires do you have? need to know this in order to tell you what pressure they need to be good luck

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