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I've being using 36psi on my 2002 camry is the yoo much pressure? Because now i see bubbles on sides?

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Jessica Howe, Automotive Expert & Coach at AskPatty.com

Hello, 

Thank you for writing in. Start by checking the tire inflation information sticker on the inside of the driver's door frame. That sticker will tell you what pressure you should be running in your tires. It will likely tell you that recommended tire pressures for your car are between 30-32 PSI. While you may be running your tires too full, causing the bubbles to form more easily, that is not the direct cause of tire bubbles. Most sidewall tire bubbles are formed by some kind of impact with a curb, pot hole, or even by running over something. The tire will need to be replaced as that is a weak spot where you can get a blowout or a leak. Good luck!


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