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FACTORY SPARE TIRE IN TRUNK HAS LARGER RIM. THE RIM IS 2 INCH BIGGER IN DIAMETER TIRE HEIGHT AND RIM WILL GIVE CAR CORRECT WHEEL HEIGHT.IF YOU DONT HAVE FACTORY SPARE TIRE.YOU CAN BUY SAME SIZE RIM THAT YOU HAVE ON YOUR VAN AT SALVAGE YARD PUT USE TIRE ON RIM OR GO TO DEALERSHIP THEY CAN GET YOU A FACTORY SPARE TIRE.
could anyone please help me with this problem that i have with my 2001 mazda protege es 2.0. i have a bad catalyst converter and im waiting for the converter to come in, but before the guys that are fixing on my car relize that i need a converter they put a egr valve and a o2 senor and when the car idle some time it will just die one me. could someone tell me what is going on.
It appears that you have the wrong size wheels on the rear (17). Standard tire size on that vehicle is 265/75/16. You all so have a full size spare. Keep in mind that if this is a 4 wheel drive vehicle, damage to the drivetrain can result if you continue to drive with diffrent size tires.
There is a sticker inside your drivers door that lists the stock tire size. This is always the best bet. On line is a web sight from tirerack.com that has explanations of tire sizes, tread ratings and on....
It is affecting the Gas Mileage! The Proper Tire Inflation Information is on the Side of the Tires. Look right at the Point where the Tires Meet the Rims. There is Small print here that Gives you the Proper PSI for the Tires. If you cannot read it, Take a Piece of Chalk and Highlight them to make them Easier to Read.