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TIRE PRESSURE SHOULD BE 32 PSI.

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Look on the inside of your drivers door panel. SHould be a **** sticker with your factory recommended front/rear tire pressures. Normally its around 32-35lbs. If you can't find it 35lbs is always a good number for a small/medium size vehicle.

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