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The Michelin Tyre Guide not only helps you to find the right tyre for your Audi but also provides the recommended tyre pressure for your Audi. The most accurate way to get the tyre pressure information remains the indicator on the air valve and either the label on the inside front door of your car or the vehicle instruction manual. These references relate to the tyre pressure recommended by the car manufacturer.
First, select the criteria specific to your Audi using the Michelin Tyre Selector filers and then click the button "See Results".
Once this action is completed, scroll up slightly and you'll find the Tyre pressure indicated above the car pictogram.
Here is an example of Audi (car brand), A 4 (car range), A 4 (car model), 2.0 TDI 136, 2008
For the 205 60 R16 92 W, 34.81 PSI is the exact tyre pressure for front tyres and 33.36 PSI is the exact tyre pressure for rear tyres of your Audi under the normal, everyday usage. 37.71 PSI is the exact tyre pressure for front tyres and 40.61 PSI is the exact tyre pressure for rear tyres under fully laden usage. As these pressure examples are a very precise conversion from the imperial 'BAR' reference, in practical terms you would round up or down to the nearest whole number.
Please note that some car manufacturers often propose an alternative tyre pressure for particular winter tyres. The best way is to check the tyre pressure label on your car door or check with your car manufacturers maintenance guide.
Start with the MICHELIN Tyre Selector to find the tyre pressure for your Audi.
The stated tyre pressures are indicative values. The recommended tyre pressure for your vehicle is listed in the maintenance guide, displayed on a sticker on the inside front door (often passenger side) or even on the vehicles fuel cap.
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