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[Tires & Wheels]  Correct Tyre Pressures
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Hi does anyone know the correct tyre pressures for a Citroen Berlingo 2005 2.0 HDI Van with 175/65/14 tyres? im currently running 48 psi front and back but it seems to hard a ride,and i all can find is conflicting info many thanks in advance
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#2
Call your local dealer?
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#3
What does it say inside drivers door ?
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#4
48 psi is alot...!

No wonder it's a hard ride!

There are normally two levels, normal and fully loaded. Normal is usually 30 to 35 psi or thereabouts.
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#5
48psi!!! No wonder it's bouncy!
34 all round for light load and a couple of pounds extra in the rear when loaded. My door/ A pillar sticker says 2.3 bar all round for light loads....I have a 1.6 tdi on 15" rims but the difference will be only a little.
Try here: http://www.tyre-pressures.com/
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(28-02-2012, 10:32 PM)OlJeffers Wrote:  48psi!!! No wonder it's bouncy!
34 all round for light load and a couple of pounds extra in the rear when loaded. My door/ A pillar sticker says 2.3 bar all round for light loads....I have a 1.6 tdi on 15" rims but the difference will be only a little.
Try here: http://www.tyre-pressures.com/

Mine says 2.7 Bar Front =39 psi
3.3.Bar Rear = 48 psi
Same pressures for loaded as unloaded doesnt make sense?
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I suppose if your van is an 800 on 14" tyres the difference is because of the sidewalls being taller than on a 15" tyre.
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#8
When I had 14's on my 2.0 hdi 800 van I ran it at 36 psi.

On 15's it's at 36 psi.

48? Yoikes!
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(29-02-2012, 06:57 PM)OlJeffers Wrote:  I suppose if your van is an 800 on 14" tyres the difference is because of the sidewalls being taller than on a 15" tyre.

Yes it is an 800 on 14" tyres
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I run with 35psi front and 33psi rear when empty, 35 if loaded.
The sticker states same figures loaded and empty, which seems strange.Confusedcratch:
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