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Old 04-16-2007, 04:35 PM   #1
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1995 Toyota Camry Tires PSI

Can somebody please tell me what should be the PSI reading on my 95 camry tires?
Or what should i fill it upto.
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Old 04-16-2007, 06:31 PM   #2
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Some of the most common places to look for the vehicle information placard:
Driver side front door
Driver side rear door
Driver side "B" pillar (post closest to door hinge)
Passenger side "B" pillar
Passenger side front door
Passenger side back door
Driver side "C" pillar (post closest to the door handle)
Passenger side "C" pillar
Fuel filler door
Trunk/hatch area
Glove box
Centre console
Sun visor

On your's I'm willing to bet it's 35PSI in the rear and 32PSI in the front!!
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Old 04-16-2007, 08:24 PM   #3
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2.2 bar in the front and 2 bar in the rear.
(32psi/29psi)
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Old 04-16-2007, 09:29 PM   #4
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2.2 bar in the front and 2 bar in the rear.
(32psi/29psi)
I hope you have some supporting information to back-up your "advice". That's a pretty critical specification to be just batting around of the top of your head... Especially since it's wrong.
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Old 04-16-2007, 09:53 PM   #5
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I hope you have some supporting information to back-up your "advice". That's a pretty critical specification to be just batting around of the top of your head... Especially since it's wrong.
I didn't make it up...I have a Haynes Manual on my computer (gives [vague] information on a bunch of cars between 1989[?] and 1997).

Here's what it says for the Camry 2.2i 1991-1996:
Tyres
>Pressure - front/rear (Saloon)
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b3...unninggear.jpg
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Old 04-16-2007, 10:03 PM   #6
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I didn't make it up...I have a Haynes Manual on my computer (gives [vague] information on a bunch of cars between 1989[?] and 1997).

Here's what it says for the Camry 2.2i 1991-1996:
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>Pressure - front/rear (Saloon)
http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b3...unninggear.jpg
I'll be damned. At least your ass is covered. The unfortunate part is that the manual is incorrect.
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I'll be damned. At least your ass is covered. The unfortunate part is that the manual is incorrect.
It's been right for other stuff like firing orders, but I haven't really used those for anything lol. I'll just delete it.
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It's been right for other stuff like firing orders, but I haven't really used those for anything lol. I'll just delete it.
It doesn't really matter. All this is for someone who in all likelyhood will never come back, much less say thanks.
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It doesn't really matter. All this is for someone who in all likelihood will never come back, much less say thanks.
I've got like 7,000 posts...I wanna offer at least some help lol.
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I've got like 7,000 posts...I wanna offer at least some help lol.

You could help me out with my Fibreglass dilemma!!
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................aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand we still dont know the answer, cmon im in suspense here GAWD!
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................aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand we still dont know the answer, cmon im in suspense here GAWD!
I keep finding stuff between 30 and 32 psi lol.
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Old 04-17-2007, 02:29 PM   #13
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Even though my numbers were an absoulute guess as it was the tire pressure I used to keep in an old 97 Mazda 626 I used to have. (I am not even sure if it was what the recommended pressure was but I think so) I found this site and it agrees with my numbers therefore ya know I am gonna post it here!

http://www.drivegreen.com/PressureValue/Toyota.shtml
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