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Loaded Tyre pressures for Daewoo Lanos 1.6SX

Hi, I have a 1999 Daewoo Lanos 1.6SX Automatic and I need to know the Fully Loaded tyre pressures. The manual refers me to the information located in the Driver's Shut. But I've looked all over the inside of the car and cannot find it. I've seen 32psi Front and 35psi Rear, but I want it confirmed before risking it.

Hope someone can help as I'm off tonight.

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  • npharrison Jul 25, 2009

    Thanks for that. A guy from a Daewoo garage rang back and had accessed the Daewoo website with full tech specs, and the recommendation was 35/35.

    With any luck I shouldn't be approaching the 400kg or 450kg on the rear axle. I've got a roof rack which will have less than 50kg on, a trailer, and 2 tall children, aged 16 & 12. So hopefully the load is spread. We're travelling 350 miles to Cornwall, with a stop en route. Going overnight so the road temperature should be lower.

    Thanks for your help. Does seem daft how hard I've had to look to find the info. It would appear the plate with the details on has been removed from the driver's door area. Maybe it's had some work done in the past. Cheers.

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Inflating your tyre to 35 or more depends on the distance you are travelling and the amount of weight you will carry.Even though the manual says 32 somtimes if you have heavy load then you need to put a bit more than 35..

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Only go buy the recommended tire pressure on the side wall of the tire

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