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Checking tire condition Chrysler Sebring 1995 - 2005 Petrol 3.0

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Chrysler Sebring 1995 - 2005  | 3.0 Checking tire condition

  • time 10 minutes
  • difficulty 1
Tire center wear is caused by overinflation
Tire shoulder wear is caused by underinflation, incorrect wheel camber (worn suspension parts), or hard cornering
Wear on one side is caused by suspension misalignment
Tread wear can be monitored with an inexpensive device known as a tread depth indicator gauge The original tires have tread wear safety bands (B), which will appear when the tread depth reaches approximately 1.6 mm. The band positions are indicated by a triangular mark on the tire sidewall (A) The original tires have tread wear safety bands (B), which will appear when the tread depth reaches approximately 1.6 mm. The band positions are indicated by a triangular mark on the tire sidewall (A)
The original tires have tread wear safety bands (B), which will appear when the tread depth reaches approximately 1.6 mm. The band positions are indicated by a triangular mark on the tire sidewall (A)
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