In the book that came with the car it did not give me a number for what air pressure was to be in the tires they are stock goodyear tires, and the air pressure decals were not on the inside of the door like book said they would be. Book gave all kinds of info but air pressure numbers? Thanks Ray
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Re: I have a saturn sky redline 2007
The Decal should be on the door jamb, just beneath the latch striker. If not there, check above the driver's visor. You might check with a local Saturn dealer regarding the missing decal. Maybe there were more than just one missed and they're aware of the problem. (they therefore owe you a decal, or they know where it really is) The tires have a MAX PSI number on the sidewalll where the size etc. is shown. For obvious reasons, don't exceed that pressure. Running with between the max and 5 PSI under I would consider to be safe until you find the right answer.
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All tires have suggested manufacturer tire pressure displayed on tire sidewall along with other seemingly useless information. Tire may display both a minimum and maximum inflation. The 2007 Saturn Aura we have states the pressure to be 35 minimum, and 44 maximum, although ours uses the 18 inch tire. Check the sidewall to be correct.
Bummer. I suggest three things are suspect: the tire itself, the wheel, and the fill valve. My guess would be the tires, but to get the answer, you remove the tire, and submerge it under water (not easy without a big tool.)
for Tires, go with Michelin. You will NEVER go back to another brand.
I have the same problem, found that when it rains heavy or I wash the Saturn Sky; water runs down over the computer under the hood on the driverside. There is a drain port just above the computer so water runs down through the drain port onto the computer wiring shorting out this computer, when the wiring dries out the electrical problems are fixed. but the water can do damage to the computer which comtrols the radio and many other electronics inthe Saturn Sky. I know this because this happened to me. after washing my Sky all the electronics went crazy, found the water on my computer wiring. after a couple of times of the wiring shorting out the radio started comming on by its self while the car was shut off causing the battery to die over night. What a crazy place to put a drain port over top of a computer and its wiring. A cover needs to be made and placed over the top of the computer to prevent this from happening again. If you are having a problem getting GM to fix the problem; wash the car using a garden hose and let alot of water run down over the window on the driverside so the water can run down the water port under the hood onto the computer and wiring, this should create the same problem then take it back to the GM dealer and show them the water problem. They can then refuse to correct the problem. Good Luck. O yes one other problem you need to know about, if you don't have mud flaps on the front wheels the paint will chip real bad on the rear lower quater pannels and it will cost you a good dollar to have it repainted.
You are right. That is to high. 40psi is most likely the maximum pressure that those tires can handle. Your car has a sticker on it somewhere. This sticker will tell you the proper air pressure for your tires. On a 2009, your sticker should be in good, readable condition. Common places for the sticker are: in the jamb of the driver's door, on the inside of the trunk lid, or inside the fuel filler door. If you cannot find the tire pressure sticker in one of these locations, it should also be in your owner's manual. Those numbers should be near the rear of the book in a section called 'specifications' or something similar. Good luck. Proper tire pressure is extremely important is winter weather.
we have a 2003 saturn vue which we installed new tires on and we noticed a noise about 6 months afterwards. it sounded to my wife and i to be loud road noise from the tires. the car was driven for 6 months and we decided the noise was annoing. had the tires checked only to find it was the left front wheel bearing which was replaced and stopped the noise.