Tyre inflation pressuresTyre inflation pressures  - Tyres - Maintenance - Mitsubishi Lancer Owner's Manual - Mitsubishi Lancer

1600 models

Check the tyre inflation pressure of all the tyres while they are cold; if insufficient

Check the tyre inflation pressure of all the tyres while they are cold; if insufficient or excessive, adjust to the specified value.

After the tyre inflation pressure has been adjusted, check the tyres for damage and air leaks. Be sure to put caps on the valves.

1800 models (petrol-powered vehicles)

1: Vehicles for Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine

1: Vehicles for Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine
2: Above 160 km/h (99 mph)
3: Except for vehicles for Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine

Check the tyre inflation pressure of all the tyres while they are cold; if insufficient or excessive, adjust to the specified value.

After the tyre inflation pressure has been adjusted, check the tyres for damage and air leaks. Be sure to put caps on the valves.

1800 models (diesel-powered vehicles)

: Above 160 km/h (99 mph)

: Above 160 km/h (99 mph)

Check the tyre inflation pressure of all the tyres while they are cold; if insufficient or excessive, adjust to the specified value.

After the tyre inflation pressure has been adjusted, check the tyres for damage and air leaks. Be sure to put caps on the valves.

2000 models

Above 160 km/h (99 mph)

Above 160 km/h (99 mph)

Check the tyre inflation pressure of all the tyres while they are cold; if insufficient or excessive, adjust to the specified value.

After the tyre inflation pressure has been adjusted, check the tyres for damage and air leaks. Be sure to put caps on the valves.

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