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Air pressure on goodyear integrity 225/65R17 ?

I bought a 2007 HiHy a few weeks back and it had 8400 miles..I just did a free tire rotation at a Goodyear dealer ( free with coupon )...He mentioned he filled in 35 psi on all 4 goodyear integrity 225/65R17 tires which is factory installed tires. Is 35 psi the max for a hybrid?

I dont have the manual handy...should be in there but I thought I will check?
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I believe the pressure is 42PSI Don't look at the book look on the side of the tires
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I believe the pressure is 42PSI Don't look at the book look on the side of the tires

I checked the sticker below the driver side door and it mentioned 32 psi on all tires
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The tire sidewall has the maximum tire weight loading at a specified max tire pressure. The car maker just modifies the pressure based on the cars weight, desired road ride, etc. See link below:

http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/cars/rules/.../brochure.html
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The tire sidewall has the maximum tire weight loading at a specified max tire pressure. The car maker just modifies the pressure based on the cars weight, desired road ride, etc. See link below:

http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov/cars/rules/.../brochure.html
Thanks. So what number should i go for? 42(Goodyear) or 32 ( Toy) ?
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Tires

From what I just read I think that I would follow the pressure posted on the door plate. I shall lower my pressure to 32. I thought the pressure on the side of the tire was the correct one but I now see it is just the max pressure for the tires.
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