Tire Pressure for 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE

2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE Origial Equipment tire sizes and optional tire sizes. Click on tire size set to see its recommended tire pressure.

235/60R18
2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE Tire Pressure

33 psi

2.28 bar or 228 kPa
235/60R18
Front Tire Pressure

33 psi

2.28 bar or 228 kPa
235/60R18
Rear Tire Pressure

2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE has original equipment tire size of 235/60R18 for front tires and original equipment tire size of 235/60R18 for rear tires.

2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE recommended front tire pressure for 235/60R18 front tires is 33 psi. 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE recommended rear tire pressure for 235/60R18 rear tires is 33 psi.

Check 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire load inflation chart for 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE weight and tire load index.

2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure is affected by changes in atmospheric temperature. Use tire inflation temperature chart below to identify tire pressure fluctuation with changes in temperature in order to adjust tire pressure in 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tires and maintain it at recommended levels.

Change in Temperature represents the difference between current atmospheric temperature and the one used to set your vehicle's recommended tire pressure. Adjusted Pressure is the actual tire pressure at current temperature change. Pressure Difference shows by how much psi your tires are overinflated or underinflated.

Tire Pressure Temperature Chart | Tire Pressure Temperature Calculator

Front Tire: 235/60R18
Recommended Tire Pressure: 33 psi
Change in Temperature Adjusted Tire Pressure Pressure Difference
+100 °F 41.91 psi +8.91 psi
+95 °F 41.46 psi +8.46 psi
+90 °F 41.02 psi +8.02 psi
+85 °F 40.57 psi +7.57 psi
+80 °F 40.13 psi +7.13 psi
+75 °F 39.68 psi +6.68 psi
+70 °F 39.24 psi +6.24 psi
+65 °F 38.79 psi +5.79 psi
+60 °F 38.35 psi +5.35 psi
+55 °F 37.9 psi +4.9 psi
+50 °F 37.46 psi +4.46 psi
+45 °F 37.01 psi +4.01 psi
+40 °F 36.56 psi +3.56 psi
+35 °F 36.12 psi +3.12 psi
+30 °F 35.67 psi +2.67 psi
+25 °F 35.23 psi +2.23 psi
+20 °F 34.78 psi +1.78 psi
+15 °F 34.34 psi +1.34 psi
+10 °F 33.89 psi +0.89 psi
+5 °F 33.45 psi +0.45 psi
+0 °F 33 psi 0 psi
-5 °F 32.55 psi -0.45 psi
-10 °F 32.11 psi -0.89 psi
-15 °F 31.66 psi -1.34 psi
-20 °F 31.22 psi -1.78 psi
-25 °F 30.77 psi -2.23 psi
-30 °F 30.33 psi -2.67 psi
-35 °F 29.88 psi -3.12 psi
-40 °F 29.44 psi -3.56 psi
-45 °F 28.99 psi -4.01 psi
-50 °F 28.55 psi -4.45 psi
-55 °F 28.1 psi -4.9 psi
-60 °F 27.65 psi -5.35 psi
-65 °F 27.21 psi -5.79 psi
-70 °F 26.76 psi -6.24 psi
-75 °F 26.32 psi -6.68 psi
-80 °F 25.87 psi -7.13 psi
-85 °F 25.43 psi -7.57 psi
-90 °F 24.98 psi -8.02 psi
-95 °F 24.54 psi -8.46 psi
-100 °F 24.09 psi -8.91 psi
Rear Tire: 235/60R18
Recommended Tire Pressure: 33 psi
Change in Temperature Adjusted Tire Pressure Pressure Difference
+100 °F 41.91 psi +8.91 psi
+95 °F 41.46 psi +8.46 psi
+90 °F 41.02 psi +8.02 psi
+85 °F 40.57 psi +7.57 psi
+80 °F 40.13 psi +7.13 psi
+75 °F 39.68 psi +6.68 psi
+70 °F 39.24 psi +6.24 psi
+65 °F 38.79 psi +5.79 psi
+60 °F 38.35 psi +5.35 psi
+55 °F 37.9 psi +4.9 psi
+50 °F 37.46 psi +4.46 psi
+45 °F 37.01 psi +4.01 psi
+40 °F 36.56 psi +3.56 psi
+35 °F 36.12 psi +3.12 psi
+30 °F 35.67 psi +2.67 psi
+25 °F 35.23 psi +2.23 psi
+20 °F 34.78 psi +1.78 psi
+15 °F 34.34 psi +1.34 psi
+10 °F 33.89 psi +0.89 psi
+5 °F 33.45 psi +0.45 psi
+0 °F 33 psi 0 psi
-5 °F 32.55 psi -0.45 psi
-10 °F 32.11 psi -0.89 psi
-15 °F 31.66 psi -1.34 psi
-20 °F 31.22 psi -1.78 psi
-25 °F 30.77 psi -2.23 psi
-30 °F 30.33 psi -2.67 psi
-35 °F 29.88 psi -3.12 psi
-40 °F 29.44 psi -3.56 psi
-45 °F 28.99 psi -4.01 psi
-50 °F 28.55 psi -4.45 psi
-55 °F 28.1 psi -4.9 psi
-60 °F 27.65 psi -5.35 psi
-65 °F 27.21 psi -5.79 psi
-70 °F 26.76 psi -6.24 psi
-75 °F 26.32 psi -6.68 psi
-80 °F 25.87 psi -7.13 psi
-85 °F 25.43 psi -7.57 psi
-90 °F 24.98 psi -8.02 psi
-95 °F 24.54 psi -8.46 psi
-100 °F 24.09 psi -8.91 psi
Front Tire: 235/60R18
Recommended Tire Pressure: 33 psi
Change in Temperature Adjusted Tire Pressure Pressure Difference
+30 °C 37.81 psi +4.81 psi
+29 °C 37.65 psi +4.65 psi
+28 °C 37.49 psi +4.49 psi
+27 °C 37.33 psi +4.33 psi
+26 °C 37.17 psi +4.17 psi
+25 °C 37.01 psi +4.01 psi
+24 °C 36.85 psi +3.85 psi
+23 °C 36.69 psi +3.69 psi
+22 °C 36.53 psi +3.53 psi
+21 °C 36.37 psi +3.37 psi
+20 °C 36.21 psi +3.21 psi
+19 °C 36.05 psi +3.05 psi
+18 °C 35.89 psi +2.89 psi
+17 °C 35.73 psi +2.73 psi
+16 °C 35.57 psi +2.57 psi
+15 °C 35.41 psi +2.41 psi
+14 °C 35.25 psi +2.25 psi
+13 °C 35.08 psi +2.08 psi
+12 °C 34.92 psi +1.92 psi
+11 °C 34.76 psi +1.76 psi
+10 °C 34.6 psi +1.6 psi
+9 °C 34.44 psi +1.44 psi
+8 °C 34.28 psi +1.28 psi
+7 °C 34.12 psi +1.12 psi
+6 °C 33.96 psi +0.96 psi
+5 °C 33.8 psi +0.8 psi
+4 °C 33.64 psi +0.64 psi
+3 °C 33.48 psi +0.48 psi
+2 °C 33.32 psi +0.32 psi
+1 °C 33.16 psi +0.16 psi
+0 °C 33 psi 0 psi
-1 °C 32.84 psi -0.16 psi
-2 °C 32.68 psi -0.32 psi
-3 °C 32.52 psi -0.48 psi
-4 °C 32.36 psi -0.64 psi
-5 °C 32.2 psi -0.8 psi
-6 °C 32.04 psi -0.96 psi
-7 °C 31.88 psi -1.12 psi
-8 °C 31.72 psi -1.28 psi
-9 °C 31.56 psi -1.44 psi
-10 °C 31.4 psi -1.6 psi
-11 °C 31.24 psi -1.76 psi
-12 °C 31.08 psi -1.92 psi
-13 °C 30.92 psi -2.08 psi
-14 °C 30.75 psi -2.25 psi
-15 °C 30.59 psi -2.41 psi
-16 °C 30.43 psi -2.57 psi
-17 °C 30.27 psi -2.73 psi
-18 °C 30.11 psi -2.89 psi
-19 °C 29.95 psi -3.05 psi
-20 °C 29.79 psi -3.21 psi
-21 °C 29.63 psi -3.37 psi
-22 °C 29.47 psi -3.53 psi
-23 °C 29.31 psi -3.69 psi
-24 °C 29.15 psi -3.85 psi
-25 °C 28.99 psi -4.01 psi
-26 °C 28.83 psi -4.17 psi
-27 °C 28.67 psi -4.33 psi
-28 °C 28.51 psi -4.49 psi
-29 °C 28.35 psi -4.65 psi
-30 °C 28.19 psi -4.81 psi
Rear Tire: 235/60R18
Recommended Tire Pressure: 33 psi
Change in Temperature Adjusted Tire Pressure Pressure Difference
+30 °C 37.81 psi +4.81 psi
+29 °C 37.65 psi +4.65 psi
+28 °C 37.49 psi +4.49 psi
+27 °C 37.33 psi +4.33 psi
+26 °C 37.17 psi +4.17 psi
+25 °C 37.01 psi +4.01 psi
+24 °C 36.85 psi +3.85 psi
+23 °C 36.69 psi +3.69 psi
+22 °C 36.53 psi +3.53 psi
+21 °C 36.37 psi +3.37 psi
+20 °C 36.21 psi +3.21 psi
+19 °C 36.05 psi +3.05 psi
+18 °C 35.89 psi +2.89 psi
+17 °C 35.73 psi +2.73 psi
+16 °C 35.57 psi +2.57 psi
+15 °C 35.41 psi +2.41 psi
+14 °C 35.25 psi +2.25 psi
+13 °C 35.08 psi +2.08 psi
+12 °C 34.92 psi +1.92 psi
+11 °C 34.76 psi +1.76 psi
+10 °C 34.6 psi +1.6 psi
+9 °C 34.44 psi +1.44 psi
+8 °C 34.28 psi +1.28 psi
+7 °C 34.12 psi +1.12 psi
+6 °C 33.96 psi +0.96 psi
+5 °C 33.8 psi +0.8 psi
+4 °C 33.64 psi +0.64 psi
+3 °C 33.48 psi +0.48 psi
+2 °C 33.32 psi +0.32 psi
+1 °C 33.16 psi +0.16 psi
+0 °C 33 psi 0 psi
-1 °C 32.84 psi -0.16 psi
-2 °C 32.68 psi -0.32 psi
-3 °C 32.52 psi -0.48 psi
-4 °C 32.36 psi -0.64 psi
-5 °C 32.2 psi -0.8 psi
-6 °C 32.04 psi -0.96 psi
-7 °C 31.88 psi -1.12 psi
-8 °C 31.72 psi -1.28 psi
-9 °C 31.56 psi -1.44 psi
-10 °C 31.4 psi -1.6 psi
-11 °C 31.24 psi -1.76 psi
-12 °C 31.08 psi -1.92 psi
-13 °C 30.92 psi -2.08 psi
-14 °C 30.75 psi -2.25 psi
-15 °C 30.59 psi -2.41 psi
-16 °C 30.43 psi -2.57 psi
-17 °C 30.27 psi -2.73 psi
-18 °C 30.11 psi -2.89 psi
-19 °C 29.95 psi -3.05 psi
-20 °C 29.79 psi -3.21 psi
-21 °C 29.63 psi -3.37 psi
-22 °C 29.47 psi -3.53 psi
-23 °C 29.31 psi -3.69 psi
-24 °C 29.15 psi -3.85 psi
-25 °C 28.99 psi -4.01 psi
-26 °C 28.83 psi -4.17 psi
-27 °C 28.67 psi -4.33 psi
-28 °C 28.51 psi -4.49 psi
-29 °C 28.35 psi -4.65 psi
-30 °C 28.19 psi -4.81 psi

Estimated calculations and should only be taken as suggestions.

2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire load inflation table provides tire pressure psi values corresponding to tire's weight load in pounds (lbs).

If your vehicle is carrying extra load, increase your tire pressure accordingly. Never overinflate tires above maximum tire pressure indicated on tire sidewall.

If you replace your original equipment tires with plus size tires, or tires with different tire size, make sure to use tire load inflation chart to find corresponding tire pressure for your new tires.

235/60R18
Psi / Load Index
103
26 psi 1488 lbs
27 psi 1532 lbs
28 psi 1554 lbs
29 psi 1609 lbs
30 psi 1675 lbs
31 psi 1698 lbs
32 psi 1742 lbs
33 psi 1808 lbs
34 psi 1830 lbs
35 psi 1863 lbs
36 psi 1929 lbs
37 psi 1929 lbs
38 psi 1929 lbs
39 psi 1929 lbs
40 psi 1929 lbs
41 psi 1929 lbs
42 psi 1929 lbs
Tire Pressure Tips
  • Recommended tire pressure for 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tires can be found in vehicle owner’s manual, on sticker placard on driver's door jam, inside glove box compartment or fuel door.
  • It is important to use tire pressure recommended by the vehicle manufacturer, not tire pressure listed on tire sidewall.
  • 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tires can naturally lose on average 1 to 2 psi of air pressure monthly, so check tire pressure regularly.
  • Check 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure when tires are "cold" and have not been driven for at least three hours. Never adjust tire pressure when tires are "hot".
  • 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure changes by about 2.5% for each 10°F change in atmospheric temperature. Adjust tire pressure accordingly.
  • Underinflated tires can significantly reduce the life of 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tires and reduce fuel efficiency by up to 5%.
  • Overinflating 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tires does not increase their load-carrying capacity. Always use tire inflation value recommended for your vehicle by manufacturer.
  • When replacing original equipment tires for 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE with plus size tires, or tires with different size, check tire load inflation chart to find proper tire pressure for your new tires.
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It is important to maintain proper tire pressure for your 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tires. Low 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure can cause tire underinflation, and high 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure can cause tire overinflation. Check 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure regularly to avoid overinflated and underinflated tires.

Tire inflation value listed on the sidewall of your tire is its maximum tire pressure, and not a recommended 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure. Use correct tire inflation listed on 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure chart found on a sticker on driver's door jam or in vehicle's manual.

Maintain proper 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE winter tire pressure by adding air to your tires as needed to the recommended tire inflation level.

If your 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE is equipped with tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), pay attention to low tire pressure warning light being on. Ensure your 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure sensors are working properly to stay alert and enjoy a safe ride.

What is recommended 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure?
Select 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire size to find recommended tire pressure for 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tires.

Where do I find recommended 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure setting?
You can find recommended 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure in vehicle owner’s manual, on sticker placard on driver's door jam, inside glove box compartment or fuel door.

How to check 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure?
Use a quality tire pressure gauge to check 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure to avoid overinflated or underinflated tires.

My 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE low tire pressure light warning is on.
Check 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tires for low tire pressure. Inflate 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tires to recommended tire pressure level.

What is proper 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE winter tire pressure?
2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire inflation will change by about 1 psi for every 10 degrees Fahrenheit change in temperature. Adjust 2010 Hyundai Santa Fe SE tire pressure to recommended level.