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Ok i know that the pressure should be 32 PCI but does honda odyssey 2012 have this in display in the car with my current PCI in the tires?

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You read the tire sidewall for max pressure

inflate to 4# less that is it

Forget all the door labels & manuals

it is the tires on the car your filling not some
1960's long gone manufacture specs they show

There hasn't been a tire in 15 years I would run at 32 lbs

38 to 42 is about right read the tire

Posted on Nov 29, 2012

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SOURCE: Correct Tire Pressure Honda Civic Hatchabck 1990

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