Beginner Car Care: Tire Pressure How to Check Inflate and Deflate Tires

Beginner Car Care: Tire Pressure How to Check Inflate and Deflate Tires



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In the video, 1A Auto shows how to check your tire pressure, as well as how to inflate your tires.

🔨 List of Tools Used in this 1AAuto.com How-To Video:

• Tire Pressure Gauge

🔧 Instructions:

1. Checking Your PSI 0:28
2. Removing Air from the Tire 3:33
3. Finding Your PSI 4:57

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31 thoughts on

  1. OMG! YOU ARE THE BEST!!! JUST checked 4 videos…& you stated & showed the clearest ! Any stupid person should understand now !!! Wow! Thank you!!! I ALWAYS wanted to do it myself…, but never could…somehow the air came out while trying to put it in…I was not strong enough & didn't put it straight enough on the valve…so many people helped me assisted me guided me , but all ended up doing it for me…lol.Niw I feel more confident! ( PLUS I got more muscles & grips on my arms & hands! So…) THANK YOU ! THANK YOU!

  2. thanks ..i put air in my car before watching your video ..im so afraid to damage my tire. and by watching the video now is like ..what a waste of a dollar..i could have put more air..oh well..thanks again

  3. It was clear to me also but what is the correct way to not deflate the tires? I deflated one of my tires a few days ago. I was told by a friend of mine that the valve got stuck. So, just how much pressure should I apply next time to avoid that? I mean the tire was completely deflated. Should I completely press the valve in on the car when using the nozzle at the gas station to insert gas? Or should I not use as much pressure & do I not need to do that to insert air? Also, if my psi was kinda low 2days ago because of the winter & the car is just parked will the psi go back up just simply being parked if the temperature is say 35degrees a few days later? Thanks in advance

  4. thank you so much
    I just bought my first car , I am a woman and do not have a lot experience with all these things, so your video was very helpful

  5. nice tutorial but would have been good to add the hot cold scenario, A lot people don't know that if your tire says 35 psi it means cold and not driven on for at lease 1-3 hrs.
    if tires are at 35 cold and you drive the car more than a few miles they warm up and the psi goes up as well, say you stop after a bit to check tire psi it will be over 35 so you may think to let some air out, if you do this, you will run your tires low and once they cool again will be around 3-5 psi lower than they should. general rule i've learned is 35 cold 39-40 warm

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