2013 Toyota Highlander tires

2013 Toyota Highlander Tires Sizes, Speed Ratings, and Inflation

Trim Level Tire Size
2013 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Limited* P245/55R19 SHOP THIS TIRE
2013 Toyota Highlander Plus* P245/65R17 SHOP THIS TIRE
2013 Toyota Highlander Plus* P245/65R17 SHOP THIS TIRE
2013 Toyota Highlander SE* P245/65R17 SHOP THIS TIRE

What size tire goes on a 2013 Toyota Highlander?

2013 Toyota Highlander Limited Tire Size: P245/55R19.

What kind of tires are on a 2013 Toyota Highlander?

P245/55R19

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What tires come standard on Toyota Highlander?

The Toyota Highlander’s 18-inch wheels come with P235/65R18 106V all-season tires: 235 – indicates the width of the tire from one sidewall to the other in millimeters. This tire is 235 millimeters wide.

How much do Toyota Highlander tires cost?

Classic 2020 Toyota Highlander tires are priced between $150 – $350 per tire, however, High-performance tires can cost anywhere between well over $500.

What brand of tires does Toyota use?

WHICHEVER MODEL YOU DRIVE, BRIDGESTONE IS THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOUR TOYOTA TIRES. Toyota has been delivering excellence to its customers for more than 75 years. In that time Toyota has consistently ranked #1 in car sales, truck sales and total vehicle sales.

What should tire pressure be on Toyota Highlander?

The recommended tire pressure inflation sticker is located on the driver-side door frame. On the Highlander, it calls for 30 pounds per square inch (psi) of tire pressure per tire, including the full-sized spare.

Does the Toyota Highlander tell you which tire is low?

Disclaimer: The Toyota Tire Pressure Monitor alerts the driver when tire pressure is critically low. For optimal tire wear and performance, tire pressure should be checked regularly with a gauge; do not rely solely on the monitor system. See your Owner’s Manual for details.

How do you reset the tire pressure light on a 2013 Toyota Highlander?

1) Set the tires to the specified (cold) pressures as indicated on the tire and loading information label. 2) Turn the ignition switch ON. 3) Press and hold the tire pressure warning reset switch for three seconds or more until the tire pressure warning light blinks three times (one second on, one second off).

Is it okay to drive with tire pressure light on?

If the light has just turned on and you need to find your way to our shop or to an air pump, you should be fine. However, continuing to drive your car with the light on is not safe. Here’s why! When you drive your vehicle with low tire pressure, you are causing your tire to wear down excessively and prematurely.

Why is my tire pressure light on but my tires are fine?

If you notice the tire pressure light come on, it’s probable that one or more of your tires has low air pressure. You should not rely solely on the reading from the vehicle’s tire pressure monitoring system though; there are numerous factors that can cause the sensors to go off even if your tires are in good shape.

How do you know which tire is low?

Push your hand down onto the tire. If the tire feels soft and squishy, the tire pressure is low. If the tire feels rock hard, meaning you are unable to push down on the tire at all, then it is overinflated. If the tire feels too low, pump some air into it while keeping your hand on it.

Why is my tire pressure light on even after filling tires?

Quick Tip: If the TPMS warning light comes back on after you’ve filled the tire with air, recheck the tire to make sure it is inflated to the proper air pressure. If the tire air pressure is low, you have an air leak and should have the tire fixed or replaced.

Why won’t my low tire pressure light go off?

If your TPMS light remains on after inflating the tires to the proper pressure, try these steps: Drive the car at 50 mph for about 10 minutes. This should reset the tire sensors, and the next time you start the car the TPMS light should be off.

How do I get my low tire pressure light to go off?

With the vehicle off, turn the key to the “on” position, but don’t start the car. Hold the TPMS reset button until the tire pressure light blinks three times, then release it. Start the car and wait 20 minutes for the sensor to refresh. The TPMS reset button is usually located beneath the steering wheel.

How long can you drive after tire pressure light comes on?

If the tire pressure is nominal and there are no leaks, but the TPMS warning light is still on, you could attempt driving for at least 10 minutes at over 30mph to warm the car up and wait for the warning light to turn off.

Does Toyota tell you which tire is low?

When the tire pressure in one or more tires is too low, the TPMS Warning Light will display on your Toyota instrument display and a warning message will appear on the Multi-Information Display.

What is dangerously low tire pressure?

If you have standard passenger tires (ninety percent of vehicles do) the lowest tire pressure you can generally drive with is 20 pounds per square inch (PSI). Anything under 20 PSI is considered a flat tire, and puts you at risk for a potentially devastating blowout.

Is 40 PSI good tire pressure?

Specifically, the level of 40 psi can be suitable for passenger cars or sports cars. But this is too high for small cars with a recommendation below 35 psi, while 40 psi is too low for large trucks. The recommended level for the tires of famous sports cars and passenger cars is between 32 -40 psi.

Why do car dealers over inflate tires?

Tires are overinflated during the shipping process, so as to help prevent the flat spot from forming in the tire as it sits for days on in during the shipping process. It is supposed to be part of the delivery check process that the service department deflates the tires to the proper pressure.

Is it better to over or under inflated tires?

So, when filling your tires, the recommended tire pressure is the best compromise between handling, comfort, fuel economy and safety. But it’s certainly fine to go over the recommended inflation by a psi or two. And going over is always better than going under.

Is 36 PSI too high for tires?

Higher pressure generally is not dangerous, as long as you stay well below the “maximum inflation pressure.” That number is listed on each sidewall, and is much higher than your “recommended tire pressure” of 33 psi, Gary. So, in your case, I’d recommend that you put 35 or 36 psi in the tires and just leave it there.

Should all my tires be the same pressure?

Perhaps the most important point in all of this is to find and use the correct tire pressure for your vehicle and that is not the number on the side of the tire! Most vehicles have an optimum tire pressure of 33-36 psi, but the specific pressure for your vehicle can be found in the car’s owner’s manual.

Do you check the tire pressure hot or cold?

COLD

START WITH COLD TIRES IF POSSIBLE
Vehicle manufacturers specify PSI – literally “pounds per square inch” of pressure – assuming tires are cold. Tires are considered cold when the vehicle has been parked for three hours or more, or if the vehicle has been driven less than a mile (1.6 km) at moderate speed.

Is 50 PSI a good tire pressure?

340 kPa ( 50 PSI)”. This means that the tire will safely carry up to 1477 lbs. and can be safely inflated up to 300 kPa (Kilopascal) or 50 psi (pounds per square inch). Often the vehicle manufacturer will specify a slightly lower pressure on the door jamb sticker for purposes of ride comfort and handling performance.

Is 44 tire pressure too much?

The tire should be inflated to near the limit of the tire. That is, if the limit on the tire is 44 PSI then you should get it up to 42 or 43 PSI. The recommended tire pressure on the driver’s door (usually around 30 PSI) should be ignored.

Is 42 tire pressure too high?

Normal tire pressure is usually between 32~40 psi(pounds per square inch) when they are cold. So make sure you check your tire pressure after a long stay and usually, you can do it in the early morning.