Posted by Brian on November 28, 2016

I have a 2008 Honda Accord tire size 225/50R17. The tire pressure for both front and rear is 32 psi. My question is, on winter tires does the pressure remain the same or not?


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  • Posted by Serge on November 28, 2016

    Yes, recommended tire pressure remains same - in your case 32 psi for all tires. What you probably want to know is as it gets colder, your tire pressure will drop with temperature. For every 10 °F it can drop by 1 psi. So make sure you check your tire pressure regularly and maintain it at 32 psi. Just remember to check your tire pressure when your tires got time to cool off, 3 hours or so after driving.


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