Posted by Dawn on December 13, 2017

Hi. I got a recall Dec 2017, via email on my 04 Mazda MPV. It stated that the original label (now 13 yr old van), has the incorrect tire pressure. The dealership here is no help. Can any one just tell me what is the correct tire pressure - not what Mazda thought it should have been in 2004.Thanks

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  • Posted by Serge on December 13, 2017

    Found this info for 2004 Mazda MPV tire pressure label recall. The tire inflation pressure indicated on the vehicle certification label is not correct. The labels show the maximum tire pressure as 240 kPa or 32 psi when it should be shown as 240 kPa or 35 psi. As a result of this error, the load ratios for the 205/65R15 94h tires and the 215/60R16 95h tires exceed the levels permitted by FMVSS 120. So apparently instead of 32 psi, it should be 35 psi front and back.

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