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My owners manual was stolen from my car and there is no sticker on my car indicating proper tire inflation for my 2008 grand prix - can you assist

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Have you checked your drivers door jamb to make sure that there is no sticker there? Don't know why some one would take that sticker off of the car. Pressure is probably some thing like 28 in the front and 30 in the rear, however this is not for sure.

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