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Tire PSI

Hey guys. What would be a good recommended PSI for my tires on a 2013 Laredo.....

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Re: Tire PSI

Proper tire inflation is printed on the door label in the driver door jam. For my 2015 with 20" wheels it recommends 36psi cold all around. I typically go 2psi above that. So I run 38psi all around. I just prefer to be slightly above than low especially with a lot of fluctuating temps where I live.
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Proper tire inflation is printed on the door label in the driver door jam. For my 2015 with 20" wheels it recommends 36psi cold all around. I typically go 2psi above that. So I run 38psi all around. I just prefer to be slightly above than low especially with a lot of fluctuating temps where I live.
Ok ill check that out today. Thank you
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I did the same as JTS.
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I did the same as JTS.
Ok cool. That sounds like a good rule of thumb for this. Im going to make sure im at that today. I feel a little but of a shutter when i hit around 70 mph or so. I want to see if maybe that's the issue
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Ok cool. That sounds like a good rule of thumb for this. Im going to make sure im at that today. I feel a little but of a shutter when i hit around 70 mph or so. I want to see if maybe that's the issue
A shudder wouldn't really be due to tire pressure, but more likely a wheel out of balance. First step to fixing that would be to have all the wheels re-balanced at a quality shop.
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A shudder wouldn't really be due to tire pressure, but more likely a wheel out of balance. First step to fixing that would be to have all the wheels re-balanced at a quality shop.
Ok ill look into that. Is that something they would do at the dealership. I have full coverage for it
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Full coverage... as in warranty? The dealer can rebalance but I doubt that would be covered.
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Full coverage... as in warranty? The dealer can rebalance but I doubt that would be covered.
Yeah warranty. Ok ill check and give them a call. Thanks
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If it's under the factory bumper to bumper I don't see why a vibration wouldn't be covered. If I bought a new car that came from the factory with out of balance wheels I would expect it to be covered under warranty. Now if you hit a pot hole and bent your wheel and it's clearly visible then that would be different.
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