which psi number goes with which tire?
We are trying to figure out which tire psi # goes with which tire. They are not so visibly flat,
so, are wondering which one we should fill up
Hello, Your tires should have the same PSI. You can find this information on a sticker inside the frame of the driver's side door. Best of luck! CarGrrl
My 2008 is my second Quest - 1st was the 2004 - both with the same situation. The number on the left is for the front left tire, 2nd is the front right, 3rd is right rear and the right hand number is for the left rear. This is how it has worked on both of my Quests. Good luck
on the tire it tells you what psi the tire is recommended to be inflated to. for the softer ride go with the lowest and for the best gas mileage fill to the highest rating. go within the specs of your tire. not what some sticker on your car tells you!
Actually mate, the door sticker tells you what to set the tire pressure at for a stock tire size based on vehicle weight and for the suspension tune. Tire pressure is factored into the design of a car. Too high or low increases wear and roll resistance. On the side of the tire is only the maximum pressure and not a service pressure, easy enough to confuse, but not where a tire should be inflated to for daily driving.
for the stock tires yes they can go by that but whos to say that they still have the same tires that were on there at stock form? a different brand or rating of tire can also change the tire pressure not just size. if they have different tires they cant go by what is on the door. if they are the same then yes they can.
Adam & Chase; you are both correct! My point was, I thought I was answering the question asked, regarding which of the readouts on the dash display corresponded with which tire position. I wasn't referring to the proper PSI. Sorry for the confusion
In my 2005 Nissan quest se ,same tire pressure sensor read out on dash goes blank after about half an hour of driving.Stop and restart the engine and tire pressure readout is normal for next about half an hour.Tire is not flat,Pressure is same,good in that tire.
Top is driver, then passenger then back right and back left. It goes in a circle around the vehicle.
Not that the post is 10 years old or anything but it annoyed me that no one actually carefully read the question.
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