recommended PSI

Asked by Dec 14, 2007 at 11:51 AM about the 2002 Toyota Camry

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

cna someone email me the recommended PSI for this year and make of car.

cperry@moredirect.com

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42,925

It depends on the tire that you are using, but 36 psi all around usually works well.

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460

Please check your tires. It is in very small print but most newer tires are set for 44psi. Proper tire inflation is crucial for the life of the tires.

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8,185

There ought to be s sticker on the drivers side door if you have the OEM tires. DO NOT inflate to the pressure on the side of the tire, that is the maximum tire pressure and not the operating tire pressure. Tire pressure is primarily of function of load on tire and tire volume... There are other small factors but if you have the stock tire size then set it to the manufacturer recommendation. That should be within 1-2 psi of optimum.

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95

Toyota says, like 31 PSI will do it, but check the sticker on the door wa;ll and if it's not there, go to toyota.com & leave a post. You're Wekkum '!

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10

Everyone has a different number. Guess I'll check the door sticker. That info was helpful. Checked my air pressure and it's only 28!

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