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What is the recommended air pressure in the tires P215 70 R15

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It is probably between 32 and 35psi. If you open the drivers door and look in the jam there will be a placard listing the recommended tire pressures. If it's not on the drivers door it may be on one of the passenger doors.

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Tire pressure is listed on the drivers door jam , glove box or owners manual but it should be 28-32 pounds i go to 32 because all tires loose air after a while. hope this helps

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