Crack a rim!?! That's a new one. :blackgti06 said:o i have 17" i this you should have more air than 35 specially its getting close to winter time. You dont what less air because you may crack a rim. So i'd put like 37 the most. Im not sure how much you can put in but ask around on
I know exactly what you mean. I was convinced I didnt have TPmS since i didnt have the button but it came one morning after a cold night. The only way to "reset" is to inflate them passed the alarm threshold which I'm guessing is about 31psi (which is what my tires were registering at the time). I have the 18" Huffs and decided to inflate 40 in the front, 38 in the back--problem solved. I too have the Rabbit manual. I read somewhere (maybe wrong) that in Europe, MKV Gti = Rabbit GTI. MKV GTI is the name they decided to name it in the US.niko597 said:I have the Rabbit Owner's Manual for my GTI (don't ask me why?). But it says if you had Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), you should have a switch in the center console (next to the ESP) to turn it on and off. In fact, the entire section 3.3 for my manual is Rabbit, not GTI. Am I alone?
Well, my window sticker says I have TPMS, but there is no switch in the center console. What do some of you have? Is the sticker wrong or the manual wrong?
My Fast is a '07 MkV.
True enough. In fact, GTI is a Rabbit on steroid with a different grill. However, we should be entitled to a GTI Owner's Manual. Ever noticed the Technical Data section? It's for 2.5 liters. 150 HP engine - not 2.0 Turbo 200 hp engine. Surely, you didn't buy that engine! 'sup with that? Ever tried playing with the MFD setting? There is a long list of menu in the set up mode that is not explained anywhere. Boy, do I have questions when it comes time for my first oil change? Maybe I'll start another thread about MFD setting ...Mataleao said:I read somewhere (maybe wrong) that in Europe, MKV Gti = Rabbit GTI. MKV GTI is the name they decided to name it in the US.