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2000 Expedition inflation pressure for oem tires?

What is the correct inflation pressure for oem tires P25570R16, front and rear. Certifcation label is missing from 2000 4.6L Ford 2wd Expedition

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  • rpjlpj Jul 24, 2009

    I am aware of the sidewall max pressure rating but this is not the OEM pressure listed on the door post for this vehicle. I would like to know what the door post pressures are as my label is missing. If someone has this model Expedition and would look on the door post and list the pressures for front and back, that would be greatly appreciated.

  • rpjlpj Jul 27, 2009

    Thank you and I appreciate the explanation. I can see where their would be a problem with the door post information especially if tire and wheel sizes were changed by the owner after manufacture.

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Look on the sidewall of the tire. will show max inflation press, and you should run about 5psi below that unless you have a heavy load. then run the max.

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  • adaddy2jc Jul 25, 2009

    I can appreciate your concern about the doorpost tag, but the truth of the matter is, the info on that tag is generic at best. Those are recommended pressures from the vehicle manufacturer,not the tire maker. Go with the info on the tire. If you don't haul alot of weight, you can run alittle less pressure, but radials have an operating range. Running about 5psi below the max will give you the best life and wear. Most of the time, the info on the post comes from what the overrated engineers put on there. I always go with the info on the tire, because every application is different. If you are in doubt, your'e local tire distributor should confirm what i'm telling you. Inflate for your conditions rather than generic info. Hope I answered your question.

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