Question about 2004 Honda CR-V
I just checked the pressure in my 2004 CR-V and the normal pressure is 45 and mine was at a 150 HELP, what can I doto fix it? Will it blow up on me or cause major damage!!!
The tire pressure should be 32psi recommended tire pressure is in the door jamb driver side or in the owners manual. 45psi on the side of the tire is the maximum pressure the tire can hold. the tire pressure should be dropped to 32psi asap. high pressure will wear down the center of the tread, give you a rough ride, and it's possible it could blow or separate the tread especially if you hit a pot hole or something like that. it's not too likely that it would blow out. just fix it asap.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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