yeah and notice how I'm ignoring you all...maybe I bought my car used and don't have a manual and I have a swapped Si so I wouldn't know VTEC specifications...yall should think twice before making statements...I help people if they have legitimate questions unlike what car will everyone be driving next
and im fairly sure the tire pressures are on the side of the tire. i check quite a few tires at work. if they say 44 we add 36 since the cold air we fill in will expand when heated.35 gets 32 and so on.
Hopefully, you got the information you needed. For future reference, if you open the door and look just below the striker plate, there should be a little white sticker with OEM tire pressure information.
If the sticker is missing, most dealership service departments will be more than happy to give you the info over the phone.
Lastly, I feel your pain. When I purchased my sol, it didn't have a owner's manual. I ordered one from helms.com. Kind of pricey (like $25-$30) but well worth the price.
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