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WHEEL & TIRE SPECIFICATIONS AS FOLLOWS:

TIRE INFLATION
Tire pressure specification decal is attached to the rear
face of the driver’* door
. Inflation pressures listed on decal is
always cold inflation pressure and must never exceed the maximum
values molded into the tire side wall. These pressures should be used
for all driving conditions, as they provide the best balance of fuel
economy, tire life, riding comfort and handling.

TIRE INFLATION SPECIFICATIONS TABLE (1)

Tire Size ...........................................psi (kPa)
P205/75R-14 ..................................... 35 (240)
P215/65R-15 ..................................... 30 (210)
P215/60R-16 ..................................... 30 (210)
Compact Spare (2) ............................... 60 (415)

(1) - Always use information shown on tire pressure
specification decal, if different from pressures
listed.
(2) - DO NOT use tire chain with the compact spare.

WHEEL TIGHTENING
Tighten all wheel lug nuts to 100 lbs. ft. (140 N.m). Always
tighten wheel lug nuts in a crisscross pattern. All wheel lug nuts
have right-hand threads.

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