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1991 Honda Civic Hatch Dx - Tire Pressure

I have 14 inch tires on my honda civic hatchback dx. What should the pressure of the tires be? Cant seem to find it on the tire.... These are not the original tires. I have had these on my car for about a year and a half, but I think the air is low on some and not sure what to fill it to??? My old tires that came with the car were 13 inch tires and I think they had 30-35 psi... Not sure though.. Thank You!!!!

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About the same 30 to 35 would be perfect thank for posting pierre

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