Question about 1992 GMC G2500
Hi, I'm looking to replace some crapped-out old Uniroyals that are currently on my van with some Michelin tires or similar. At this point however, I am clueless to load specifications and don't know what I need, and my local Tire Rack seems to be even more clueless than I am. What load range to I need? I know that the vehicle weighs roughly 3 and 1/4 tonnes. Anyway, if anyone has any recommendations/good deals/words of wisdom, please post up. I am budgeting for about $500 but the less the better. Also, this vehicle will be used primarily on highways, often in wet weather. Thanks very much in advance. P.S. If it matters, the current tires on there (factory rims) are p235/75/R15.That code represents a lower than expected reading for temperature (coolant). First thing to do is check your coolant level, as if it is low, then the sensor can not read correctly. Second, you may have a thermostat that is stuck open, allowing the coolant to cool off too much. The sensor should be mounted on top of the engine, near the thermostat housing.
There is a sticker on the drivers door with a factory tire size for that vehicle.the ones on there sound about right.or look for the manual that comes with it.I'm surprised the tire store doesn't have a program or some sort of book with that info in it.try another one.
Posted on May 18, 2008
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