What is the recommended tire pressure for an Acura vehicle? The recommended tire pressure for ACURA vehicles is typically 35 PSI. On low-profile Acura tires, the recommended air pressure may be 45 PSI.
Simply open the driver’s door and check the recommended air pressure sticker for your Acura. The sticker looks like this:
If you have been driving the vehicle and stop to add air, increase the tire pressure by 3 PSI. The pressure on the sticker is cold tire pressure.
Add air to the ACURA tire.
One way to add air to an ACURA tire at home is to use a 12 Volt Tire Inflator.
- Park the ACURA model in a safe location.
- Locate the recommended air pressure sticker. Open the driver’s door and look at the frame or look behind the fuel door. Determine the recommended tire pressure for the front and rear tires.
- Plug the air compressor into the cigarette outlet port.
- Start the car and let it idle. Turn on the air compressor.
Add air until the recommended pressure is reached. Most cars have air pressure for automotive tires between 32-36 PSI. About 40-45 PSI for low-profile tires. If the tire is hot or you have been driving the vehicle, increase the recommended tire pressure by 3 PSI.
We hope you find the Recommended Acura Tire Pressure guide helpful. Check these troubleshooting and repair guides for more help on your Acura vehicle.
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