Ford F150 Tire Pressure: Everything You Need To Know

It is important to regularly check your Ford F150 tire pressure. Generally, learning enough about F150 truck tires can help ensure ease and safety while driving.

In this article, I will discuss various topics related to the tire pressure of F150, including why it matters and how to check it. You will also read about tire pressure sensors and lights.

I added a pressure chart for Ford F150 tires as a bonus just before the conclusion of this article. It covers all the years from 2005 till 2022.

ford f150 tire pressure
Learning enough about F150 truck tires can help ensure ease and safety while driving.

What Is the Recommended F150 Tire Pressure?

Ford Motor Company recommends that the psi (pound-force per square inch or pounds per square inch) for most F150 truck tires should be set at 35. This is to ensure the right balance of load-carrying capability, comfort, fuel economy, and traction. A higher psi than that won’t enhance the tire’s load-bearing capacity.

However, the LT275/65R18C OWL all-terrain tires that come with the Heavy-Duty Payload Package are an exception. They are made to bear a heavier maximum load at a stipulated tire pressure of 42 psi.

f150 tire pressure - tire and loading information
Tire and loading information by the manufacturer – the psi for most F150 truck tires should be set at 35.

2005-2022 Ford F-150 Tire Pressure Chart

What psi should my F150 tires be? I will answer that question by covering 18 years of Ford F150 model years. See the chart showing the psi for truck tires you use below.

Enter your model year into the search box to quickly view the information.

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Model yearTire SizeFront Tire PressureRear Tire Pressure
2022265/60R18 110T35 psi35 psi
2022275/55R20 113T35 psi35 psi
2022275/65R18 116T35 psi35 psi
2022LT275/65R18 113S40 psi40 psi
2022P275/45R22 112V35 psi35 psi
2022LT315/70R17 113S38 psi38 psi
2022245/70R17 110T35 psi35 psi
2022245/70R17 115T35 psi35 psi
2022LT245/70R17 119S40 psi40 psi
2022265/70R17 115T35 psi35 psi
2021245/70R17 110T36 psi36 psi
2021265/60R18 110T36 psi36 psi
2021265/70R17 115T35 psi35 psi
2021275/50R22 111T35 psi35 psi
2021275/60R20 115T35 psi35 psi
2021275/65R18 116T35 psi35 psi
2021275/70R18 116SN/A (Updating)N/A (Updating)
202137x12.50R17/C 116SN/A (Updating)N/A (Updating)
2021LT265/70R17/C 112/109S41 psi41 psi
2021LT265/70R18/C 113/110S48 psi48 psi
2021LT315/70R17/C 113/110T38 psi38 psi
2020265/60R18 110T35 psi35 psi
2020265/70R17 115T35 psi35 psi
2020275/55R20 113T35 psi35 psi
2020275/65R18 116T35 psi35 psi
2020LT245/70R17/E 119/116S40 psi40 psi
2020LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 psi40 psi
2020LT315/70R17/C 113/110S38 psi38 psi
2020P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2019245/70R17 110T35 psi35 psi
2019265/60R18 110T35 psi35 psi
2019265/70R17 115T35 psi35 psi
2019275/55R20 113T35 psi35 psi
2019275/65R18 116T35 psi35 psi
2019LT245/70R17/E 119/116S40 psi40 psi
2019LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 psi40 psi
2019LT315/70R17/C 113/110S38 psi38 psi
2019P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2018245/70R17 110T35 psi35 psi
2018265/60R18 110T35 psi35 psi
2018265/70R17 115T35 psi35 psi
2018275/55R20 113T35 psi35 psi
2018275/65R18 116T35 psi35 psi
2018LT245/70R17/E 119/116S40 psi40 psi
2018LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 psi40 psi
2018LT315/70R17/C 113/110S38 psi38 psi
2018P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2017245/70R17 110T35 psi35 psi
2017265/60R18 110T35 psi35 psi
2017265/70R17 115T35 psi35 psi
2017275/55R20 113T35 psi35 psi
2017275/65R18 116T35 psi35 psi
2017LT245/70R17/E 119/116S40 psi40 psi
2017LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 psi40 psi
2017LT315/70R17/C 113/110S38 psi38 psi
2017P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2016265/60R18 110T35 psi35 psi
2016265/70R17 115T35 psi35 psi
2016275/55R20 113T35 psi35 psi
2016275/65R18 116T35 psi35 psi
2016LT245/70R17/E 119/116S40 psi40 psi
2016LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 psi40 psi
2016P245/70R17 108T35 psi35 psi
2016P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2016P275/55R20 111S35 psi35 psi
2015265/60R18 110T35 psi35 psi
2015265/70R17 115T35 psi35 psi
2015275/55R20 113T35 psi35 psi
2015275/65R18 116T35 psi35 psi
2015LT245/70R17/E 119/116S40 psi40 psi
2015LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 psi40 psi
2015P245/70R17 108T35 psi35 psi
2015P275/55R20 111S35 psi35 psi
2014LT245/75R17/E 121/118R40 - 55 psi40 - 60 psi
2014LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 psi40 psi
2014LT315/70R17/D 121/118S44 psi44 psi
2014P235/75R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2014P255/65R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2014P265/60R18 109T35 psi35 psi
2014P265/70R17 113S35 psi35 psi
2014P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2014P275/55R20 111T35 psi35 psi
2014P275/65R18 114T35 psi35 psi
2013LT245/75R17/E 121/118R55 psi60 psi
2013LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 psi40 psi
2013LT315/70R17/D 121/118S44 psi44 psi
2013P235/75R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2013P255/65R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2013P265/60R18 109T35 psi35 psi
2013P265/70R17 113S35 psi35 psi
2013P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2013P275/55R20 111T35 psi35 psi
2013P275/65R18 114T35 psi35 psi
2012LT245/75R17/E 121/118R55 psi60 psi
2012LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 psi40 psi
2012LT315/70R17/D 121/118S44 psi44 psi
2012P235/75R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2012P255/65R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2012P265/60R18 109T35 psi35 psi
2012P265/70R17 113S35 psi35 psi
2012P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2012P275/55R20 111T35 psi35 psi
2012P275/65R18 114T35 psi35 psi
2011LT245/75R17/E 121/118R55 psi60 psi
2011LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 psi40 psi
2011LT315/70R17/D 121/118S44 psi44 psi
2011P235/75R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2011P255/65R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2011P265/60R18 109T35 psi35 psi
2011P265/70R17 113S35 psi35 psi
2011P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2011P275/55R20 111T35 psi35 psi
2011P275/65R18 114T35 psi35 psi
2010LT245/75R17/E 121/118R55 psi60 psi
2010LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 - 45 psi40 - 50 psi
2010LT315/70R17/D 121/118S44 psi44 psi
2010P235/70R17/XL 108S38 psi38 psi
2010P235/75R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2010P255/65R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2010P265/60R18 109T35 psi35 psi
2010P265/70R17 113S35 psi35 psi
2010P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2010P275/55R20 111T35 psi35 psi
2010P275/65R18 114T35 psi35 psi
2009LT245/70R17/D 114/110S50 psi60 psi
2009LT245/75R17/E 121/118R55 psi60 psi
2009LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 - 45 psi40 - 50 psi
2009P235/70R17/XL 108S38 psi38 psi
2009P235/75R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2009P255/65R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2009P255/70R17 110S35 psi35 psi
2009P265/60R18 109T35 psi35 psi
2009P275/55R20 111S35 psi35 psi
2009P275/65R18 114T35 psi35 psi
2008LT245/70R17/D 114/110S50 psi60 psi
2008LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 - 45 psi40 - 50 psi
2008P235/70R17/XL 108S38 psi38 psi
2008P235/75R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2008P255/65R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2008P255/70R17 110S35 psi35 psi
2008P265/60R18 109T35 psi35 psi
2008P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2008P275/55R20 111S35 psi35 psi
2008P275/65R18 114T35 psi35 psi
2007LT245/70R17/D 114/110S50 psi60 psi
2007LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 - 45 psi40 - 50 psi
2007P235/70R17/XL 108S38 psi38 psi
2007P235/75R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2007P255/65R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2007P255/70R17 110S35 psi35 psi
2007P265/60R18 109T35 psi35 psi
2007P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2007P275/55R20 111S35 psi35 psi
2007P275/65R18 114T35 psi35 psi
2006LT245/70R17/D 114/110S50 psi60 psi
2006LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 - 45 psi40 - 50 psi
2006P235/70R17/XL 108S38 psi38 psi
2006P235/75R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2006P255/65R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2006P255/70R17 110S35 psi35 psi
2006P265/60R18 109T35 psi35 psi
2006P275/45R22/XL 112V35 psi35 psi
2006P275/55R20 111S35 psi35 psi
2006P275/65R18 114T35 psi35 psi
2005LT245/70R17/D 114/110S50 psi60 psi
2005LT275/65R18/C 113/110S40 - 45 psi40 - 50 psi
2005P235/70R17/XL 108S38 psi38 psi
2005P235/75R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2005P255/65R17 108S35 psi35 psi
2005P255/70R17 110S35 psi35 psi
2005P265/60R18 109T35 psi35 psi
2005P275/65R18 114T35 psi35 psi

How to Search for Tire Pressure Readings in Your Ford F150?

The recommended tire pressure for your truck is shown on the tire label or the driver’s side door jamb sticker. It can be displayed in kPa (kilopascal) instead of psi. Avoid using the “max pressure” figure seen on the sidewall of your tires. Expect to get different air pressure requirements for aftermarket tires.

f150 tire pressure information position
You can find the tire and loading information on the driver’s side door jamb.

There’s also another way.

Most recent Ford F150 vehicles come with a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) that helps truck owners track tire pressure readings for all the tires. The system can be accessed via the instrument cluster display. Make use of the directional buttons installed on the steering wheel to navigate as you take the following steps:

Step 1: Go to the ‘Truck Info’ tab on the instrument cluster display.

Step 2: Choose the ‘Tire Pressure’ option.

Step 3: Push the ‘OK’ button.

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How to Check Ford F150 Tire Pressure?

You now understand why it is important to keep track of the air pressure in your Ford F150 tires. But do you know how to perform a check? Before describing the steps, I will mention the tools you need and the cost involved.


What you need for the process is a tire pressure gauge. This is usually available for use at most local gas stations along with air pumps. Gas stations are usually the best places to perform air pressure checks and also fill up your tires. These services may be available for free. There are three types of tire pressure gauges: digital, analog (dial), and pencil (stick-type).


Expect to buy the digital one for a price within the range of $8-$32. The analog ones cost between $18 and $50. You can get pencil gauges for as low as $5. Their prices depend on individual specs. Some gauges are combined with tire inflators, air compressors, etc.


Checking Ford F150 tire pressure is easy with the steps below.

Step 1: Remove the tire screw (valve) cap from the valve stem. Do so by twisting the valve cap counter-clockwise.

Step 2: Put the tire pressure gauge atop the valve stem. Press it down till you can no longer hear the sound of escaping air.

Step 3: Read the pressure value indicated on the gauge. 

Most gauges need to be held in place on the tire valve stem for air pressure reading to be possible. Some gauges have to be removed to view the result.

You will see the air pressure on the screen of a digital gauge. Pencil or stick-type gauges have metering shafts (protruding from their bottoms) that indicate tire air pressure. Analog dials resemble clocks and feature simple needles that point at the air pressure value.

Step 4: Let some air out if the result indicates that the pressure is too high. 

Do so by pushing down the center stem on the tire valve stem. Perform small and quick pushes until you arrive at the desired value. Monitor the reduction of air pressure by checking the meter after each push.

Step 5: Return the valve cap to the valve stem after ascertaining the tire’s air pressure. Twist it back in place clockwise.

Note: You can check your truck’s tire pressure with the aid of the FordPass App, provided that FordPass™ Connect is installed in the vehicle.

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Final Thoughts

The tires’ air pressure for Ford F150 should be checked monthly, especially during periods of changing temperature. You should examine your tires after rainfall when the tires are cold. This should be done if you haven’t driven the truck for a minimum of three hours. Warm tires can possess more pressure. Other situations that would require you to perform an inspection include the TPMS light coming on, reduced traction, increased vibration, imperfect handling or braking, and hitting a pothole.

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