Your vehicle's manufacturer-recommended tire size is listed in your owner’s manual. If you do not have your owner’s manual, you may also find your vehicle’s tire size in one of several different places:
Driver’s side door jamb
Inside your glove box compartment
Inside your fuel tank door
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