there are four tires in a row with psi below the tire symbols which tire is which on tht car

Asked by Jan 18, 2016 at 04:20 PM about the 2012 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a low pressure light on the dash and a pressure indicator that comes on at the screen of the radio/navigation etc. When I press the tire pressure button, four tire s appear in row left to right with the tire pressure indicated below each.
Which tire symbol on the screen is which tire on the car?

4 Answers

83,645

By the sounds of it, check all the tires for proper inflation. I like 35 psi in my tires.

83,645

There is only 4 tires, if you didn't know.

46,715

I would imagine that the first tire in the row would be the drivers front. The second should be the passenger front. Then the drivers rear and then the passenger rear. But the only way to know for sure is to test the pressure in all tires with a gauge, write them down, and then look on the dash and see what direction matches up with your pressure readings from the gauge.

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Or...check the Owner's Manual for an explanation of what you are seeing on your cluster.

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