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What the optimal tire pressure?does it depend on my tires?

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For passenger car tires 34 PSI is the optimal pressure.

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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Not really it standard on that car,32 psi. some car makers list 28psi. but ive found 32psi to be good.hope this helps.

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