I have a 2006 Grand Prix GT. The label on the driver's door for tire pressure is
missing. Does anyone know the proper tire pressure for this car?
32-35 psi should be an acceptable setting
tire inflation pressure is relative to the tire not the car. look at the recommended inflation pressure on the tire sidewall. it should have a minimum and maximum pressure listed
Your tire will have a max tire pressure for setting the beed not an operational tire pressure. For your car Nick is pretty close with the 32 PSI. Sometimes you will get a little better ride if you have about 33 PSI in front and 30 PSI in the back. Make sure that you do not have more then about 5 PSI difference from front to back because it may cause your check tire pressure light to come on. hope this helps
what tire pressure should I run on a 2007 grand prix gxp
I have a 1999 grand prix gt and there is 2 different places you can find the manufacturers recommended tire pressure. 1. Inside the driver side door on the sticker. 2. On the trunk cover there should be a catalyst for recommended pressure.
ALWAYS FOLLOW THE STICKER ON THE CAR.ALL TIRES SHOULD BE BOUGHT AND MATCHED ACCORDING TO CAR SPECS.IF YOU MOVE UP A SIZE OR TWO YOUR PRESSURE MAY RISE.THE DEALER WILL TELL YOU HOW MUCH PRESSURE,BEAR IN MIND SOMEONE MIGHT OF SWITCHED TIRES BEFORE YOU BOUGHT,GO LOOK
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