In heavy rains, even with no standing water present, the tire seems incapable of dispersing water as quickly as it falls, again leading to vehicle instability. I spoke with the manager of the service department, john, and informed him of my findings. I think this model tire needs to be investigated before we buyers have to replace these every 6,000 miles are so. I drive my 3 year old son to day care and I really would like to feel safe while driving him. If the tire has a problem I feel it is fair to get 4 of them replaced.
Furthermore, the passenger side front tire was blistered. The failure mileage was 1,608 and current mileage was 16,700. While driving the contact heard a loud noise coming from all four tires. They offered a 50% discount on the purchase of 4 new tires at 11,500 miles. Initially, the noise wasn't terribly objectionable, but it continued to worsen.
Dealer stated tires do not have to be rotated but tire manufacturer stated they should. I told john that I purchased the car with 14775 miles and the car had four new tires installed, and since the car has 28375 miles on it, the tires have about 15000 miles. The vehicle was taken to the dealer and they stated that all four tires needed to be replaced. The tires have been making a loud noise for quite some time with 18K miles on them. When the vehicle's odometer reached 7,000 and again at 10,000 miles the tires began to vibrate. Will see what dealer says. I was wondering if annyone w9uld be able to advise.
Looks new with plenty of thread. I hsve a bmw 320i 2008 msport currently running on 19inch mv4. Can you recommend appropriate rimes and tyre sizes that will avoid this? His demeanor was very unprofessional. I know there are size differences for front and rear however if using a front one would that rub on yhe arches for the rear?? While driving home, I noticed a loud humming coming from the tires. While driving 45 mph, the tire warning light illuminated.
She told me that it was normal wear and if I wished to have the tires rotated to the original position. All tires were replaced 4-24-06. An unsafe condition exists as you drive and the car wobbles, bumps and shimmies for the first few miles or more, because of the flat spots that form after parking for a time. I have made numerous complaints to the dealer and they say they are working on a fix or a tire replacement but that I should continue to drive. They knew, I found out, and they still put this brand of tires on their vehicles. The car came equipped with bridgeston touranza E42 runflat tires.
The dealer would not diagnose the failure and referred the contact to the tire manufacturer. I took the car in to the dealer for my first 15K mile service and was informed the tire was not wearing properly and that this has been a common problem with that model tire. Whenever the contact drives the vehicle at various speeds, he hears a squeaking sound coming from the front end. I have been put in the position of each company blaming the other and no one wanting to address the problem. The tire came apart at the lower sidewall at inner portion of the wheel at about 65 mph.
This has been going on for 2,000 miles and it has progressively gotten worse. I was told that there was an si bulletins, which I had already obtained from a tire specialist, about the irregular tire wear of this type of tire. Shortly after purchase the tires were making noise. Having given the dealership over 2 months to correct the problem I feel it is time to look into other avenues to get a resolution. I am concerned that my car is not safe.
Is it compatabile to use the front size wheel for the rear and if not is it ok for temporary use as i canmot lovate a rear alloy as i have cracks casuing loss of tire pressure. If you are interested in advertising a for-profit service,. Fortunately the car was in for service and the mechanic found the defective tires before they came apart while driving. It was loud enough that I made a second appointment to have it checked out. The contact stated that there was a loss of air pressure on the driver side front tire. While driving my car on the freeway during commute traffic my primewall tire valera sport as dot Y9fe dcwx 3917 tire that was mounted on the right rear end suddenly came apart.
However, the information in this bulletin was not made available to consumers that purchased a vehicle with Bridgestone turanza el 42 rft tires. The car shimmies and vibrates to the point that it is hard to control until the tires warm up. However, I am not optimistic they will address it. I am afraid that my car will steer itself into oncoming traffic while I am driving it. After only 13,000 miles on a brand new car, I have found this tire to be entirely unsafe and unsuitable to this vehicle.
Given the price of these cars dealing with tire issues every six months is unacceptable. Don't waste your time wasting ours! As of October 22, 2007, the manufacturer had not inspected the tires. Now they tell me that they do not warranty tire problems take your complaint to Bridgestone. The tread of the tire began de-laminating from the tire after 40K miles. The current and failure mileages were 16,000.