How do I check tire pressure on a Hyundai Palisade?

I just bought a Hyundai Palisade about a month ago. I love it, but, unfortunately, it’s been pulling to one side while I’m driving. I assume it’s the tires, but I’m not sure what to do next. How do I check tire pressure on a Palisade?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Your Palisade is equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), so you should see a tire with an exclamation point in it if your tires are over or underinflated. With that said, checking your tires regularly is always smart.
Here’s how to check tire pressure on a Hyundai Palisade:
  1. The proper psi for the Hyundai Palisade’s tires is 35 psi.
  2. Locate the valve stem.
  3. Unscrew it.
  4. Push the tire gauge against the valve stem to get a psi reading. See how it compares to the psi rating. This will let you know whether you need to add or remove air from the tire.
  5. If you need air, use an air compressor. You can either buy one or go to a gas station to add air. If you need to remove air, press the backside of the tire gauge against the valve stem. If done correctly, you should hear air leaving the tire.
  6. Repeat for all tires as a good general practice.
Once you fill the tires, you should notice a marked improvement in your Palisade’s handling. The only thing you have left to do after that is lower your
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