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Hello everyone, does anyone know the recommended tire pressure for a 2001
camry CE? When my parents bought this car, the manual wasn't included.
I've tried looking everywhere online for this information but I couldn't
find any, and I wouldn't want to spend that much of a manual just for this
information. So if you know the recommended PSI for front and rear tire,
please let me know, thanks!
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Mana-sama, 12/29/2005,3:18:53 AM, wrote:

> Hello everyone, does anyone know the recommended tire pressure for a
> 2001 camry CE? When my parents bought this car, the manual wasn't
> included. I've tried looking everywhere online for this information
> but I couldn't find any, and I wouldn't want to spend that much of a
> manual just for this information. So if you know the recommended PSI
> for front and rear tire, please let me know, thanks!


It should be on the driver's side post where you open the door. There
is a sticker there. I have the 97 Camry and it says 28 PSI but I like
it a bit more than that and inflate my tires to 32 PSI.

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"I have often wanted to drown my troubles, but I can't get my wife to
go swimming." ~ Jimmy Carter
 
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"Mana-sama" <[email protected]tmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hello everyone, does anyone know the recommended tire pressure for a 2001
> camry CE? When my parents bought this car, the manual wasn't included.
> I've tried looking everywhere online for this information but I couldn't
> find any, and I wouldn't want to spend that much of a manual just for this
> information. So if you know the recommended PSI for front and rear tire,
> please let me know, thanks!


Front tires should be no lower than 28 psi,..30 is good. The rears have much
less weight on them,..so 28 is good for them.

Jason
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
You should be able to find an owner's manual on eBay for less than $10
- many times they're only $5, and well worth having.
 
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I run 34 PSI in our Toyota Camry's We live on a gravel road and also
do lots of highway driving. The cars have Cooper tires. These
pressures were recommended by the tire dealer. We have no problems
with these tires except the occation nail in a tire.
The Cooper tires will run around 70,000 before they need to be
replaced.
 

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I run 34 PSI in our Toyota Camry's We live on a gravel road and also
do lots of highway driving. The cars have Cooper tires. These
pressures were recommended by the tire dealer. We have no problems
with these tires except the occation nail in a tire.
The Cooper tires will run around 70,000 before they need to be
replaced.
I just bought 4 new Uniroyal Tiger Paws at the OEM settings of 205/65R/15. nicer than the OEM Goodyear Integretiy tires that came with the car. however, what pressure should i use? car maker or tire maker? lol.
 
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