what is the tire pressure for a 1999 dodge durango
the tire pressure is on the side of the tire and it is also on a sticker that is on your inner drivers door frame
Go with whatever it says on the sidewall of the tire..... mine say 35max psi, I run them about 32.
Depends on the tire size. The 31x10.50R15LT tires call for 35psi in the front and 41psi in the rear. If you have the 235's or 265's it takes 35psi all around.
The tire pressure on Dodge trucks is adjusted to the specifications found in a chart included in the owners manual packet up until 2005. The tire pressure inflation chart specifies the recommended pressure based on 2WD or 4WD, engine size, and tire size, cab size, etc. Two pressures are found: one is for unloaded and the other is for fully loaded GVW. The tire pressure listed on the sidewall of the tire is the maximum inflation pressure for that tire, not the recommended inflation pressure for the vehicle. Dodge trucks have an inflation pressure label on the door post that lists the smallest size tire the vehicle can be equipped with as well as the recommended pressure for a fully loaded vehicle using that tire. In 2005 (?) the FMVSA was changed to require manfacturers to end this practice. Since 2005 manufacturers are required to install door post labels that identify the actual tire the vehicle is equipped with from the factory as well as the recommended inflation pressure for that tire. I am currently looking for a copy of these inflation charts for each model year Dodge truck. (Former Chrysler Service Training Instructor)
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