I know what you mean, if it's like my A4, they list every available
tire for the car on the sticker - 15", 16", 17", all the types
(all-season, summer) and load ratings..... Basically, you just find the
exact tire that you have on the car, including the load rating (a
3-character field like 98Y) and use those tire pressures.
My car isn't home at present - but I think I played with the pressures
a bit and ended up using 33/33 as the best compromise between handling
and ride. I have the 17" with the Sport Package, so it's a little
stiffer than the standard A4 anyways.
'04 A4 1.8Tq MT-6
Central NJ USA
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