This is a Gen 2 thread so the assumption is they are trying to compare tire pressure of the stock tire that comes on the Gen 2 which I believe is Michelins.My sticker says 38 lbs (2014)
How exactly does that happen? Either you have a slow leak or not. If your tire is not properly seated on the rim, 36 vs. 38 won't make any difference.Out of date info. That was the initial recommended psi for Gen 1, then it was changed to 38 by GM. I lost air pressure all the time at 36 psi. Moving higher fixed that.
Exactly. And for Gen 2 most cars only 2 years old still have the OEM tires (unless you're a road warrior, or threw away perfectly good tires for one reason or another).This is a Gen 2 thread so the assumption is they are trying to compare tire pressure of the stock tire that comes on the Gen 2 which I believe is Michelins.
This is precisely my point that tire pressure is irrelevant unless you specify the type of tire you are inquiring about. Each is different. Gen 1 came with Goodyear and the sticker had recommended tire pressure of 38 PSI. If you change tires then the information on the sticker is no longer valid.