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#3 of 49 The Pressure of the Tires - Chevrolet Aveo Sedan
Apr 18, 2007 (8:43 am)
Please tell e How Much must be the Pressure of the tires of my 07 Chevrolet Aveo Sedan ?
Where I can find this information?
#4 of 49 Re: The Pressure of the Tires - Chevrolet Aveo Sedan [mikejpen]
by PFFlyer@Edmunds HOST
Apr 18, 2007 (9:21 am)
There should be a label inside the driver's side door frame of your Aveo letting you know what the recommended tire pressure is.
#5 of 49 anybody wants to sell their 15"
Jul 04, 2007 (7:00 am)
Anyboy wants to sell their 15" set? i'll buy
#6 of 49 Re: The Pressure of the Tires - Chevrolet Aveo Sedan [pf_flyer]
Jul 17, 2007 (10:34 am)
There isn't anything on the door to tell you what the pressure should be or in the manuel, It says 44psi on the tire - could that be right? Please help me out on this.
#7 of 49 Re: The Pressure of the Tires - Chevrolet Aveo Sedan [grace4ever]
by PFFlyer@Edmunds HOST
Jul 17, 2007 (10:54 am)
The number on the tire is a maximum recommended infaltion pressure for the tire. That's not the recommendation for that tire on your vehicle.
The tire pressure recommendations should be on a label in the door frame opening, or the back end of the door. I've heard of some cars having the label in the glove box, but I've only ever seen them inside the driver's side door frame of vehicles I've needed them for. Pretty much a standard practice.
When you open your driver's side door, look at the back edge of the door frame opening. It's the same edge where the door latches into the frame of the car. You might call it the door post too.
This image isn't from an Aveo, but the label will look something like this:
#8 of 49 Re: The Pressure of the Tires - Chevrolet Aveo Sedan [pf_flyer]
Jul 18, 2007 (12:55 pm)
I'll look again but did not see it anywhere on ANY door frame. I have the 5 door hatchback so I'll look on another door frame. thanks - BYW, do you know what the tire pressure should be? It has 30 lbs in there now.
Jul 18, 2007 (1:55 pm)
In that 30-32 pound range is typical, but that's just a guess. The actual recommended pressure is going to be on that sticker along with the proper sized tires to use. I've looked everywhere I can think of online to try and find the actual number, but no dice.
#10 of 49 Re: Just a guess [pf_flyer]
Jul 19, 2007 (5:14 am)
Thank you. I looked down by the floor board when I opened the door and it was there. Your information in the email really helped me out. thanks again.
Jul 19, 2007 (10:03 am)
So... what's the number??
I have 32 in the pool!
#12 of 49 New tires/wheels!
Aug 05, 2007 (4:37 pm)
Got my new 16" wheels w/205/40R16 tires and put them on my Aveo 5. Very cool, but the gap between the tire and the fender made me get a set of lowering (1.3" drop) springs installed. It really looks cool now and takes curves flat and fast.
Anybody else swapped out their wheels?