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go pertrol kiosk and use the air pump. required pressures are prescribed in the fuel tank.

can tip pump attendant 2 bucks to help you.

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On 06/11/2017 at 6:29 PM, joecamel said:

go pertrol kiosk and use the air pump. required pressures are prescribed in the fuel tank.

can tip pump attendant 2 bucks to help you.

Thank you! Actually, the issue is resolved by re-setting the tyre pressure on the speedometer as advised by C&C and no need to use air pump.

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Hi guys, normally what pressure you pumped your tyres at? I usually pumped 250 kpa. Is that correct? Using standard 245 45 R17 tyres.

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21 hours ago, tituman said:

Hi guys, normally what pressure you pumped your tyres at? I usually pumped 250 kpa. Is that correct? Using standard 245 45 R17 tyres.

when you open your lid to your fuel tank, there should be a sticker that says what should be the correct pressure for your car and tyres. 

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The pressure indicated on the filler is 300 kpa front and back for 235/45/R19 (for 5 pax). Is that the correct pressure? Through my years of driving, I have never come across pressure that high.

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51 minutes ago, Yap Siew Fong said:

The pressure indicated on the filler is 300 kpa front and back for 235/45/R19 (for 5 pax). Is that the correct pressure? Through my years of driving, I have never come across pressure that high.

If ur Tyre size is correct then the label is right. U can use 280 or 290 also. Mine 18” is 270 back. 

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