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  1. Roshun Povaiah answers:

    The tyre pressure of the front and rear tyres should ideally be the same, especially in hatchbacks. Only in sedans and SUVs a different rear tyre pressure is recommended when carrying loads or a full complement of passengers. The ZXi has 185/65 R15 tyres, so an ideal pressure would be about 30psi all around. Check the door pillar on the driver’s door. There will be a sticker there with the recommended tyre pressures.

  2. Babychen Mathew answers:

    Usually you will not need to bother, as the standard tyre pressures for every car model are written on a sheet at every petrol pump. But they may also do it from memory, and make a mistake. So its better to know the exact tyre pressure and tell him to follow it. Usually they will do it on their own.

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    Rishabh P Nair answers:

    Just go to the nearest petrol pump. The guy filling air will take care of it, they have a board with all the pressures. I think it’s 30 or 31 Psi for the Swift. You may also want to check in your owners manual :)

  4. Shreyans Jain answers:

    Make sure that you get the tire pressure checked when the tires are cold. Air pressure in a fully warmed up tire may rise by as much as 4-5 psi. All pressures mentioned in the manual or on the door pillar are cold tire pressures.

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