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I really want to inflate the air compressure properly to my Toyota 1996 camary. how mcuh should i inflate? and 2400lb equal to how many psi?

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If your talking about your tires, there is usually a sticker on the door jam on the driver side door. If you can't find it 32lbs. is good.

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