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Tires and wheels
Press Restarting TPMS button :.
The combination low tire pressure/TPMS
malfunction telltale in the instrument
cluster (
page 21) flashes for
approximately 5 seconds and then goes
After driving a few minutes the system
verifies that the current tire inflation
pressures are within the system's
specified range. Afterwards the current
tire inflation pressures are accepted as
reference pressures and then monitored.
Maximum tire inflation pressure
Never exceed the max. tire inflation
pressure. Follow recommended tire
inflation pressures.
Do not underinflate tires. Underinflated
tires wear excessively and/or unevenly,
adversely affect handling and fuel
economy, and are more likely to fail from
being overheated.
Do not overinflate tires. Overinflated
tires can adversely affect handling and
ride comfort, wear unevenly, increase
stopping distance, and result in sudden
deflation (blowout) because they are more
likely to become punctured or damaged by
road debris, potholes etc.
For illustration purposes only. Actual
data on tires are specific to each vehicle
and may vary from data shown in above
This is the maximum permissible tire
inflation pressure : for the tire.
Always follow the recommended tire
inflation pressure (
page 125) for proper
tire inflation.
Loading the vehicle
Two labels on your vehicle show how much
weight it may properly carry.
1) The Tire and Loading Information
placard can be found on the driver's
door B‑pillar. This placard tells you
important information about the
number of people that can be in the
vehicle and the total weight that can be
carried in the vehicle. It also contains
information on the proper size and
recommended tire inflation pressures
for the original equipment tires on
your vehicle.
2) The certification label, also found on
the driver's door B‑pillar, tells you
about the gross weight capacity of your
vehicle, called the Gross Vehicle
Weight Rating (GVWR). The GVWR
includes the weight of the vehicle, all
occupants, fuel and cargo. The
certification label also tells you about
the front and rear axle weight capacity,
called the Gross Axle Weight Rating
(GAWR). The GAWR is the total allowable
weight that can be carried by a single
axle (front or rear). Never exceed the
GVWR or GAWR for either the front axle
or rear axle.


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