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What is the front and back tyre pressure for Sonata sedan

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You would go by the tires manufactures PSI rating imprinted on each tire. It will be the printing the closest to the wheel rim area

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

Whatever you want it to be. There are no set pressures on any tire. You only have a maximum pressure on the side wall of the tire. Run the front fairly close to max and the back 5 to6# less.

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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