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Old 03-11-2017, 11:46 AM   #1
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Cool 2000 Toyota Hiace - Recommended Cold Tire Pressure?

2000 Toyota Hiace - Recommended Cold Tire Pressure?

Our nephew's, in the Philippines. Diesel, 2.4 or
2 aught, not sure. Driver's B-pillar placard lists
everything but cold tire pressure!

Guess they don't require that in other countries.
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Re: 2000 Toyota Hiace - Recommended Cold Tire Pressure?

I would use 32-35 psi. The tires have the maximum pressure on the sidewalls and you can always use that pressure, minus 6 psi for safety.
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I would use 32-35 psi. The tires have the maximum pressure on the sidewalls and you can always use that pressure, minus 6 psi for safety.

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It really is pathetic when one cannot locate the tire pressure for their vehicle on the internet, but can find out all they want about Ivanka Trump, or about Kardashian's boob size. smh!
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Cool Re: 2000 Toyota Hiace - Recommended Cold Tire Pressure?

Found this, hope it helps other Hiace owners: http://newcar-us.blogspot.com/2011/1...ota-hiace.html

Front(cold): 48psi
Rear(cold): 64psi
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Re: 2000 Toyota Hiace - Recommended Cold Tire Pressure?

Don't go by that guy's memory. Check the tire pressure on the sidewall of the tires. Use 6-8 psi less than the rated pressure.
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Don't go by that guy's memory. Check the tire pressure on the sidewall of the tires. Use 6-8 psi less than the rated pressure.
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Found this a few days ago: http://newcar-us.blogspot.com/2011/1...ota-hiace.html

A couple of sentences below the pic of the UPS Hiace it mentions the Front 48, rear 64psi. About in line for a van 3/4 the size of a 2000 Dodge 3500 Ram(Front 45psi, Rear 80)
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