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Dear All,

On the Door Panel of my Car and somewhere on tires size 275/65 R17 it mentioned Max Load of 51 PSI-

Tire pressure sensor in my car always blinking yesterday i was this PSI and put 51 PSI in All 4.

Yes ! Tire pressure sensor is still on not gone off.

I have never seen or put that much air in any car tire before.

Please Advice  

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If you mention which car you are driving to inflate to 51 PSI will help better.

 

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17 minutes ago, Gaurav said:

If you mention which car you are driving to inflate to 51 PSI will help better.

 

I think it's a 3 ton pickup

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20 minutes ago, Srikumar said:

I think it's a 3 ton pickup

I thought so too, but 17 inch size Im not sure comes in 3 ton pickup.

275/65 R17 seems like Cruiser and Patrol type of size, specifically.

Diamond always gets the best riddles for us to test, lol.

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Maybe just your sensor got bad. For most of the cars tire pressure are around 33-35 psi 51 is not normal at all.

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@DiamondDallas I agree with @sertac. 51 PSI is max load, you should never inflate to 51 PSI. You'll feel you car is floating and it will be very harsh and noisy over humps and pot holes. In the winter 35 PSI should be sufficient. It's definitely the TMS is either faulty or not properly fixed. I believe he has a Ford Expedition.

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On 2/10/2020 at 4:08 PM, Gaurav said:

If you mention which car you are driving to inflate to 51 PSI will help better.

 

Ford Expedition Bhai.

So Sorry! I didnt mention the Car, its A Ford Expedition yes @Rahimdad Bhai True,

@Srikumar it feels like a 3 ton Pickup. 🤣 Thank you all 

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Thanks for coming back to break the suspense, please share the sticker which says 51 PSI, it's really weird.

Does it show any other reading like 30 - 35 range under normal load....? Or just 51 at max load?

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Had BMW with tyre sensor before and i know Mercedes work the same.

when the sensor warns you you go check your pressure and make sure all corners are the same then you reset the pressure warning.

It is just a change warning not a set value varning.

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18 hours ago, Gaurav said:

Thanks for coming back to break the suspense, please share the sticker which says 51 PSI, it's really weird.

Does it show any other reading like 30 - 35 range under normal load....? Or just 51 at max load?

No Bhai , Yesterday I Read the sticker again carefully, Dumb me was read 5j not 51 well it was dark that time. :-( . Its 35psi . My stupid mistake. Really apologize for this. 

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