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Old 9th October 2008   #1
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Clio - Tyre pressure

Hello,

Hope someone can help me

I have a old Clio from 1993, what should the tire pressure be?

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Hello and welcome.

Until someone who definitively knows answers, I would suspect between 32 - 34 psi (which is around the norm for most cars). An experienced tyre fitter may also have a reference chart to rely on.

If your car has optional alloys or aftermarket wheels/tyres this figure may well be different to what standard sizes would be rated at.

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Full list of all Clio pressures here.......

http://www.thetyrepressuremonitor.co...s_renault.html
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Full list of all Clio pressures here.......

http://www.thetyrepressuremonitor.co...s_renault.html
It says "28-26 psi" as a standard and "30-30 psi" when loaded for my Clio, while the respective Renault figures are 32-29 and 33-30 psi.
Is this surely correct ?
magnum25, maybe it would be more helpful, if you gave us info on your Clio's exact model/wheels' dimensions ...
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The tyre pressure link below might have more accurate info - have a look its worth a try

http://www.dunloptyres.co.uk/ourTyres/car/
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