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What is the tire pressure for the Alero 200

I don't know how much air is suppose to go in the tires

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All cars come from the factory with a sticker on the drivers door frame that tells the recomended tire pressure for each car. on this car I belive the tire pressure to be either 30psi or 32psi.

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