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I need to know the pressure for Toyota Camry 1990

Do you know the Tire pressure for Toyota Camry 1990

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Its on the tires 35 pounds

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No, the pressure on the tires is the tire manufacturer's max pressure rating for that specific tire, not the mfr's rec for the car. It is prob. Less than 35#. Look at the plaque on the driver's side door sill. It will tell you what toyota recommends.

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35 psi

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