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Old 06-04-2004, 01:30 PM   #1
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I checked the owner'* manual, and it says look on the driver'* side door-side. I think that template was there in the past, but I don't see it anymore. So, what is the recommended tire pressure for the front and for the rear? I see from reading this forum that many users like to keep their tires at about 35 psi, which is a bit higher than I've kept my tires in the past.
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I'll look on my 93 SSEi for you..

it says 30 psi front 30psi back.
Add 4 psi if the tires are hot.
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Thanks. I have a 1996 SSEi, but I imagine there'* no difference unless the higher speed tires require a different pressure.
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Thanks. I have a 1996 SSEi, but I imagine there'* no difference unless the higher speed tires require a different pressure.
Nope.. thats' what it is..
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