Method of Use of Tire Pressure Meter


If your tire is flat, see the "In case of emergency" section of this manual.
Tire inflation pressure
Check tire pressure (including spare tires) regularly, especially before long trips. The recommended tire pressure specifications are shown under the heading "Recommended inflation pressure for cold tires" on the tire label. The tire sign is attached to the neutral post on the driver's side. The tire pressure should be checked regularly because:
Most tires leak naturally over time.
Tyres leak suddenly when passing through a pit or other object or if the vehicle hits the shoulder when parking.
The tire pressure should be checked when the tire is cold. When a vehicle is parked for more than three hours or travels at a moderate speed of less than 1.6 kilometers, the tire is considered COLD (cold tire).
Incorrect tire pressure, including insufficient inflation, can adversely affect tire life and vehicle handling.

Examination of fetal pressure
1. Remove the valve stem cap from the tire.
2. Insert the pressure gauge vertically into the valve stem. Do not press too hard or lean the valve stem to one side, otherwise the air will run away. If you hear the hissing of air from the tire when checking the air pressure, reposition the instrument to eliminate the leakage.
3. Remove the instrument.
4. Read the tire pressure on the instrument bar and compare it with the specifications displayed on the tire sign.
5. If necessary, inflate the tire. If there is too much air, press down the valve stem core with the head of the instrument rod to release the pressure. Re-check the tire pressure and inflate or deflate as needed.
6. Install valve stem cap.
7. Check the tire pressure of all other tires, including spare tires.