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Unhappy Tyre Pressure Door card missing ?

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I recently purchased a 2015 Civic 1.8 SR (9 G Face lift).

The manual says to check the the drivers door jam label for the recommended tyre pressures but i can't find the label.

I had expected the label to be located by the silver part of the door latch, is that where it should be ?

Can anyone confirm if that is the right location, or if possible post a picture of the location ?

I have found the pressures via the wiki page, but am annoyed I can't find the sticker on the car.

Any idea why the label would it be missing ?

Can dealers supply them if they are missing ?

Thanks,
Paul
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On mine it's a sticky label on the drivers B pillar on the curved section.

Maybe a previous owner peeled it off ?

My 1.8 EX Auto is 30psi all round.
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On mine it's a sticky label on the drivers B pillar on the curved section.

Maybe a previous owner peeled it off ?

My 1.8 EX Auto is 30psi all round.
Hi Kremmen,
Thanks for the quick reply.
Looks like mine is M.I.A. then, rather than me just not looking in the right place.

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For info, mine is 33psi rear and 35psi front.. Quite high pressures I thought...
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For info, mine is 33psi rear and 35psi front.. Quite high pressures I thought...
Petrol and diesel are different.

But, why the diesel should need more at the rear must be a balance issue.

Therefore, is the diesel ride firmer than the petrol ?
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Petrol and diesel are different.

But, why the diesel should need more at the rear must be a balance issue.

Therefore, is the diesel ride firmer than the petrol ?
Never drive a petrol, I think it may be down to the Michelin Economy tyres that are fitted? someone may correct me..
The front Psi is higher than the rear...

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I worded that badly.

I meant, why does the diesel need 33 at the rear but the petrol rear is 30.
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Can dealers supply them if they are missing ?

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Yes, a dealer can easily order a new one, just give them your VIN number and they can identify the correct one for your model.
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Thank you all for the replies.
I will order a replacement card from the service desk at the local dealers.

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