Mersedes SUV Manuals

Underinflated or overinflated ti

Mercedes-Benz G-Class / Mercedes-Benz G-Class Owners Manual / Wheels and tires / Tire pressure / Underinflated or overinflated ti

Underinflation

WARNING
Tires with pressure that is too low can overheat and burst as a consequence. In addition, they also suffer from excessive and/ or irregular wear, which can severely impair the braking properties and the driving characteristics. There is a risk of an accident.

Avoid tire pressures that are too low in all the tires, including the spare wheel.

Underinflated tires may: Х overheat, leading to tire defects Х have an adverse effect on handling characteristics
Х wear quickly and unevenly Х have an adverse effect on fuel consumption

Overinflation

WARNING
Tires with excessively high pressure can burst because they are damaged more easily by road debris, potholes etc. In addition, they also suffer from irregular wear, which can severely impair the braking properties and the driving characteristics. There is a risk of an accident.

Avoid tire pressures that are too high in all the tires, including the spare wheel.

Overinflated tires may: Х increase the braking distance Х have an adverse effect on handling characteristics
Х wear quickly and unevenly Х have an adverse effect on ride comfort Х be more susceptible to damage

Maximum tire pressures

1 Example: maximum permissible tire


1 Example: maximum permissible tire pressure

Never exceed the maximum permissible tire inflation pressure. Always observe the recommended tire pressure for your vehicle when adjusting the tire pressure .

The actual values for tires are vehiclespecific and may deviate from the values in the illustration.

    See also:

    Correct driver's seat position
    Observe the safety guidelines on seat adjustment. - Check whether you have adjusted seat 3 properly. Electrical seat adjustment When adjusting the seat, make sure:     - you a ...

    Door control panel
    ...

    Child restraint systems
    Important safety notes WARNING According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in the rear seating positions than in the front seating position. Thus, we strongly re ...

    © 2019 Copyright www.mersuv.com