Question about 1997 Honda Odyssey
As already mentioned, the front drivers side door jamb has a label with details about the vehicle.These include the proper inflation for both front and rear tires. I also recommend that you look on the tire wall itself around the edge of the tires on your van. Make sure you follow the manufacturers suggested inflation maximum for air pressure. And always try to fill them when the tires are reasonably cold as heat expands.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Spare Tyre
There is usually a bolt to release it under the carpet/floor in the cargo area. There may be a cap over the bolt also. It will be directly over the center of the spare tire.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
tire pressure is located on the door jamb at the drivers door on a white label or sometimes in the glove-box or in the trunk under the mat where the spare tire rests if the tires are of spec it is listed upon the tire itself near the rim you will see a series of numbers including tire size however 32-35 psi is almost always the correct pressure
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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