Question about 2004 Chevrolet Malibu
Chris is wrong, the max pressure on the tire is there to tell you if this tire will work on your car. If the max pressure for the tire is lower than what your car says, you need new tires. Otherwise, use the tire pressure shown on the sticker on your car.
Posted on Jul 16, 2013
Seance the car manufactures most likely did not produce the tires that are on the vehicle they will only give there recommendations as to the correct tire pressure. Always look around the perimeter of the tire and it will tell you the proper pressure for that tire. hope this helps. Good luck.
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