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- 1989 Avanti II

Recommended tire inflation pressure for 1989 Avanti II tires.

Front: | P215/60R15 | Rear: | P215/60R15 | |

-- psi | -- psi |

**Tire Section Width : **215 mm

Tire has a section width or tread width of 215 millimeters or 8.46 inches.

**Tire Aspect Ratio : **60

Tire has a profile or sidewall aspect ratio of 60%.

**Tire Sidewall Height : **129 mm

Tire has a sidewall height of 129 millimeters or 5.08 inches.

**Rim / Wheel Diameter : **15"

Tire was designed to fit rims / wheels that are 15 inches or 381 millimeters in diameter.

**Tire Type : **P-Metric

Tire uses P-Metric tire size standard.

Tire inflation pressure changes with fluctuations in external temperature. Actual "cold" tire pressure indicates changed "cold" tire pressure at given temperature. Overinflated number indicates by how much actual "cold" tire pressure is above the recommended tire pressure. Underinflated number indicates by how much actual "cold" tire pressure is below the recommended tire pressure.

Tire Pressure Temperature Chart | Tire Pressure Temperature Calculator

Front Tire P215/60R15 - -- psi | ||
---|---|---|

Temperature | Actual "Cold" Tire Pressure |
Overinflated / Underinflated * |

130 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

125 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

120 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

115 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

110 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

105 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

100 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

95 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

90 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

85 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

80 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

75 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

70 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

68 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

65 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

60 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

55 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

50 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

45 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

40 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

35 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

30 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

25 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

20 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

15 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

10 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

5 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

0 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-5 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-10 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-15 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-20 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-25 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-30 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-35 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-40 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-45 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-50 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-55 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-60 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-65 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-70 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

Rear Tire P215/60R15 - -- psi | ||
---|---|---|

Temperature | Actual "Cold" Tire Pressure |
Overinflated / Underinflated * |

130 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

125 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

120 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

115 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

110 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

105 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

100 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

95 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

90 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

85 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

80 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

75 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

70 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

68 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

65 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

60 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

55 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

50 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

45 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

40 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

35 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

30 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

25 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

20 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

15 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

10 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

5 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

0 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-5 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-10 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-15 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-20 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-25 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-30 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-35 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-40 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-45 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-50 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-55 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-60 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-65 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

-70 °F | 0 psi | 0 psi |

* Estimated calculations and should only be taken as suggestions.

- Vehicle’s recommended tire pressure can be found in vehicle owner’s manual, or on tire placard attached to the vehicle door side, glove box compartment or fuel door.
- Always use tire pressure recommended by the vehicle manufacturer, not the pressure listed on the tire sidewall.
- Tires can naturally lose on average 1 to 2 psi of pressure a month, so check tire pressure regularly.
- Check tire pressure when tires are "cold" and have not been driven for at least three hours. Never adjust tire pressure when tires are "hot".
- Tire pressure changes by about 2.5% for each 10°F difference in temperature. Adjust tire pressure accordingly.
- Underinflated tires can significantly reduce the life of a tire and reduce fuel efficiency of a vehicle by up to 5%.
- Overinflating tires does not increase their load-carrying capacity.

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