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28 all round.or 2 bar

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I want to know tire pressure for the rear and front .


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It depends on the tires you are mounting. The specifications may also vary a bit depending on your driving style and on the terrain. You find a sticker with the tire specifications in your SUV.

Most 2003 Corolla mount 175/65R14 Bridgeston Potenza, Michelin, Dunlop standard or Goodyear Allegra tires. In that case it will be 42/40 PSI front/back (2.9/2.8 bar) recommended.

If you have Dunlop Sport Tires or any other 185 / 65 R14 sport, then it will be 44 PSI (3.0 bar) maximum pressure.

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What is the recommended tire pressure for my 94 toyota corolla?


After driving the car for awhile the rubber on the tires expand. When this happens keep it around 35-40. If it has been sitting for at least 4 hours then it should be around 41-46. Hope this helps.

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I am driving a toyota corolla, i would like to know the pressure for the front and back tyres, meaning how much pressure should i pump, thank you


If you look on the inside of either the driver or passenger door, it will tell you the correct air pressure for the front and rear tires, in Kgs and PSI. Most cars are between 28-32 psi

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The check tire pressure light is on. I check the


Check that all your tires are inflated to the specification recommended by the vehicle manufacturer or higher. There is no TPMS warning for "overinflated" tires, because there is far less danger per NHTSA studies than "underinflated" tires.

You can safely inflate your tires to the max pressure rating on the sidewall. The pressure listed by your vehicle manufacturer is a compromise between noise, tire life, and ride comfort.

Try installing more air, up to 35 PSI, and see if the light goes out. If it does not, you may have a faulty TPMS sensor, which is inside the tire, attached to the tire valve. This will require a qualified service technician to further diagnose and repair.

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Toyota 2007 corolla dashboard icon shows symbol like horseshoe eith exlamation point in it


Sounds like the low tire pressure indicator. Check your tire pressure is correct in all four tires. This happens when the tempature outside starts to drop and so does the pressure in the tires. The recommended tire pressure should be listed on the inside of the driver's side door. Most tires are 32 psi cold. After the tires have been filled to proper pressure it may take 15 minutes for the light to shut off.

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The specs are what the manufacturer recommends for the vehicle when it leaves the factory. However that means with the original tires and condition. The caster is not adjustable on a Corolla, so if the vehicle pulls even with the tires switched, there is a possibility there is damage to the strut or steering parts. However, before changing anything, check all tire pressures and make sure the brakes are in good condition. A brake that is not releasing properly will cause a pull to that side. Individual toe is rather meaningless - the total toe is what is measured. You have no king pins on a Toyota so you will not have KPI.

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What should the air pressure be on a 2009 toyota corolla be. the tires says 50 psi, is that normal


No. The pressure listed on the tires is the MAXIMUM safe tire pressure. Set at that level, your vehicle will bounce like a ball whenever it hits the slightest bump. Check the driver's door and door post. One of them will have a sticker that lists the factory tire size and recommended pressure. The sticker pressure is the comfort setting. For increased fuel mileage, inflate your tires to 4 to 6 psi above the sticker number.

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How do I reset the low tire indicator light on a 2008 Corolla? I've already properly inflated the tires. According to the manual it's supposed to automatically reset a few minutes after proper inflation.


Have any of the tires been replaced recently? If so get the sensors checked for a dead sensor. If you have a dead sensor, blame it on your tire guy. They destroy them with unfortuante regularity.

...Just make sure that when you check the tires, use an accurate gauge. The tire pumps at service stations are not accurate, and the pen-looking things to check tire pressures are not accurate either.

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