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32-34 PSI front and rear, this gives best overall tire wear and handling

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SOURCE: Tire pressure warning on

possibly a faulty tire pressure sensor in one of the 4 tires

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SOURCE: need recommended tire pressure on 1995 Honda Civic del Sol

I use 35psi that was why I told u so

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tire pressure is not a relly big deal usually a cars pressure is at 32psi even 35 would be good depends if u got a car fool ant traveling then 40psi but around town 32 is perfect for ur vehicle if u whish to proceed in ur search for manufacture recomandation thats ok but 32 to 35 is normal

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