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Old 30th November 2006, 12:33   #16
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That is a good idea. I shall try that tomorrow morning when I plan an air check up.
prabuddha a question not related to PSI. Your petra ia an ELX right, does it come with ABS and Airbags ?
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Old 30th November 2006, 15:18   #17
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I checked in the Palio 1.6 Owner's Manual (Page 143), which says

Medium Load
Front - 19 Rear - 1.9

Full Load
Front - 2.2 Rear - 2.2

Spare - 2.2

I maintain 29 in from and Rear but dealer said 28 at front and 30 at rear.
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I think ABS and Airbags are optional.
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Old 30th November 2006, 16:01   #19
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Originally Posted by hellspawn View Post
so i guess 30 should be okay cos the mean of the two(27+32/2) works out to 30
Naah. It can actually be bad. It doesn't serve purpose when you drive in city with light load. It is over-inflated. While if you take it out on highway with high load, it is under-inflated. So, either ways it doesn't serve purpose. Better is maintain right pressure. I use my car mostly alone during weekdays, so I should be maintaining 28 PSI.
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