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Tyre pressure Hi, just wondering what the recommended tyre pressure is on a 2000 mazda 626 - normal conditions

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Tire pressure should be indicated on the tires you purchased. it indicates the ideal tire pressure for those tires and it's unsafe to ignore them. but if you do less pressure will give you more grip.

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