To find your vehicle’s recommended tire pressures, you’re going to want to check out the Tire Information Label, which is located on the inside of your Sierra 1500’s driver’s-side doorframe. If you can’t find the label or are looking for the information on-the-go, we’ve got you covered. Depending on the type of tires your 2017 GMC Sierra 1500 came equipped with, you are either going to want to have your tires filled to 35 psi or 45 psi. Again, for more specific information to your vehicle and tires, check out the Tire Information Label on your 2017 Sierra 1500.
Although the 2017 GMC Sierra comes standard with the Tire Pressure Monitoring System, it’s a good practice to manually check your tire inflation once a month. Driving with underinflated or overinflated tires can cause a blowout, reduced fuel economy, a rough ride, or danger to others on the road, so investing in a quality pocket gauge to manually check your tire pressure is always recommended by our team at Craig Dunn Motor City.
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Have additional questions about the 2017 GMC Sierra 1500’s tire pressure recommendations? If so, feel free to give our team a call! If you are in need of new tires or simply a tire alignment, we can help with that too! We welcome you to stop in and see us at Craig Dunn Motor City for all of your tire needs!