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Hello, any pressure in between is fine, these are recommended pressures, i personally look at tyre wear when putting pressure, if its wearing on the outsides it means it has not enough pressure, if it wears in the middle it has too much pressure, as a general guide 32psi is used at most tyre shops, extra 100kg does not make much differance to a 2 ton vehicle, otherwise you would be changing tyre pressure every time you fill up your fuel tank!!!!
the bonnet release is either in the passenger side footwell near the kick panel ot in the same place on the drivers side
as for the tyre pressures they should 2.4 bar (35psi) all round it should tell you this in the drivers side door jam
Have you checked the tyre pressures. If you have no power steering a flat tyre will make tunning the wheels hard due to more turnning rsistance. Also a seized ball joint some where would also make steering hard.Hope this helps
First check your tyre pressures.If they check out ok, try wheel alignment.The fact that your steering wheel does not centre may mean its had new track rod ends or steering rack and hasn,t been aligned properly.