Chevy Tire Pressure Guide

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The Chevy Equinox tire pressure and Chevy Cruze tire pressure are mostly the same, and that is 35 PSI of tire pressure. You should fill the tires of most non-commercial Chevy vehicles to 35 PSI, although if you’ve got a heavy-duty work truck, you’ll want a higher tire pressure. That’s the same for the Chevy Malibu tire pressure, Chevy Bolt tire pressure, or whatever Chevy you’re looking at. Major World Chevrolet has some more facts for you, and if you’re in need of new tires for your Chevy, you need our parts department to help you!

 

 

Is Your Chevy Tire Pressure Too Low?

Newer vehicles make it simple to tell when your Chevy has a problem with its tire pressure. This is because most Chevy vehicles you see in East Hills or Bayside will have a Tire Pressure Monitoring System, or TPMS, to electronically gauge the pressure of each tire and alert you with a dashboard warning light. In older cars that don’t have a TPMS, you can check the tire pressure manually with a tire pressure gauge. If your car’s steering or acceleration feels sluggish, you might want to check and see if your tire pressure is lower than what they should be.

Recommended Tire Pressure for Chevy Vehicles

What’s the tire pressure for your average Chevy sedan, truck, or SUV? The recommended tire pressure for smaller, lighter vehicles is higher than for heavier vehicles. If you frequently drive at high speeds, you’ll want a higher tire pressure as well. See below for a brief breakdown of how you’ll want to do things in Forest Hills:

  • The recommended Chevy Malibu tire pressure or Chevy Equinox tire pressure, for instance, is 35 PSI.
  • If you’ve got a non-commercial vehicle, you’ll typically want to stay in the line of 30 to 35 PSI. However, you’ll want higher PSI if you have heavy-duty trucks larger than a half-ton or if you’ve got a half-ton truck that’s heavily loaded.
  • If you’ve got a Chevy Silverado 1500, you’ll want a PSI around 35. If you have a Silverado heavy duty truck on the other hand, you’ll want a PSI between 60 to 75 PSI, depending on what your owner’s manual says.

Get Chevy Tire Service Near Long Island City

If you’ve got low Chevy tire pressure, you know what to do. Come on over to Long Island City and have a chat with our team to get you new Chevy tires from a tire expert. Contact us today with your questions and we’ll help you make the most of your Chevy tires.

 

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