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Tire pressure optimization setting

Iv checked my tire pressure, two front tires 35 psi and 34 psi; real tires over 40 psi. I saw my front two tires seem like deflation, how come the psi meet own's manual 30 psi but looks like deflation? even real tires they look like deflation too. should I add more proessure on my front tires?

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Look for a sticker on the drivers door panel. It will tell you what pressure to set for the tires. The owners manual may also contain this information. It is normal for a radial tire to look a little flat.

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