It takes you only a few time to check car’s tire pressure. Here’s a step-by-step guide:
1.Choose a good, well-maintained tire-pressure gauge.
2. Find out the tire pressure setting of your car. Where is it? It is usually located on a placard or sticker in the driver’s-side doorjamb, inside the glove compartment or fuel-filler door. Besides, check your owner’s manual.
Note:Front and rear tire pressure may be different.
Important: Use the pressure recommended by your car’s manufacturer, not the “max pressure” figure found on the tire sidewall.
3. Check the pressure when the tires have sat for at least three hours and before the car’s been driven many miles.
Tires will heat up as a vehicle is driven, which increases the air pressure and not easy to accurately assess the pressure change.
4. Check each tire by first removing the screw-off cap from each tire’s inflation valve. Well keep the caps, don’t lose them, as they protect the valves.
5. Insert the end of the tire-pressure gauge into the valve and depress it. If you hear air escaping from the valve, push the gauge in further until it stops.
View the pressure reading. Some gauges can be removed to read the pressure value, but others must be held in place on the valve stem.
If the pressure is correct, simply retighten the valve cap.
6.Don’t forget to check the pressure of the spare tire.
We have a lot of tire pressure gauges,digital or not,with hose or not.You can choose whatever you like according to your demands.
Post time: May-25-2021