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Tyre preassure Ii own a 2001 Volkswagen Passat Variant 130bhp I have a set of tyres 225/45/17 What pressure should i have for them I do most of city driving and not so often highway. Thank you

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Each tire has its own rating and performance. The tire size does not determine the tire's pressure ratings. There is small lettering on the tire that will tell you its max pressure rating. If you can not find it because the tire may be too old or just too dirty to read then Look up the brand of tire such as Michelin, Uniroyal, Goodyear, and Google the tires specs. the manufacture ratings will be easy to look up.

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I also have a 1999 VX passat GLX. I had the same problem last year and had it repaired. It was around $1,000 in the Chicagoland area.
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tire pres spec should be in drivers door jam or on fuel filler door. but 32f/40 rear should be ok if booot is full and tires can handle 40 psi

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Driver's side, dashboard instrument/gauge area, between the steering column and center console... should have a cover on it that just pops off.

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Way too low. I have the same vehicle. Pressure should be at least 55psi all round, depending on load.

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It will be in the dirvers (most likely drivers) Door jam, it'll tell you the tire type and pressure it should be running. Check there.

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