How do you check the tire pressure of a Toyota Camry 2014?

As the weather gets colder, the tire pressure in my car gets messed up, but I’m really afraid of overfilling my tires by accident. What do I do to check the tire pressure on a 2014 Toyota Camry?

Liz Jenson · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
To check the tire pressure in your
Toyota Camry
2014 model, you’ll need to purchase a tire pressure gauge. You can find these tools for between $5 and $30 in auto shops, online, and in most big box stores.
To start checking your tire pressure, you’ll first need to remove the cap on each tire. Then, press your tire pressure gauge into the valve stem. Depending on the type of gauge you bought, you’ll see a digital reading of your tire pressure or a gauge reading.
Your Camry’s tires should all be filled to 35 psi, so add or remove air if you need to!
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