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    I have toyota corolla indus 2.OD 1999 having tyre size 185/65 R 15.
    Please inform recommended tyre pressure for this size..
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    I read somewhere on internet that For the 185 65 R15 88 T, 39.16 PSI is the exact tyre pressure for front tyres and 36.26 PSI is the exact tyre pressure for rear tyres of your Vauxhall under the normal, everyday usage.. expert friends plz guide me

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    @Xulfiqar bhai help me

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    generally air pressure is maintained in all 4 with 30psi summer / 32 psi winters
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    @Niazi638
    If your car is in genuine condition then the recommended tyre pressure will be written on a sticker on the driver's side door jamb (pillar). Tyre pressure is to be kept as written on the sticker for all tyre sizes which u will install on your car. No matter if tyre is thick or thin or with high or low profile. Tyre pressure is a measure of air pressure inside the tyre and it is to be as written on the door jamb.

    For example, my City tyre pressure sticker says 32psi front and 30 psi rear for stock tyres 175/65-15. So even if I install 195/60-15, tyre pressure will remain the same as tyre pressure has been calculated keeping the weight of the car in mind. Hope this helps.
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    Thanx @mehran bro its 17 years old car how can one expect from sticker to stick so long

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    Thanx @capsat i have already visited that website but 185/65 R15 was not listed there

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    @Niazi638
    Indus Corolla 2.0D came with 175/70-13 OEM tyres. I know as I used to own this car way back in 2000. I don't remember the tyre air pressure now but from internet I have approximated that it should be 30psi front and 30psi rear. No matter if you are using 185/65-15 size tyres now. You can go through this link.
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    Thnx @mehran if u own this ride in past plz i need some info regarding diesel reserve light????how much diesel will be in tank when light is on???

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