Cooper F7814 Tire Recall


Make / Models:

COOPER / F7814

Recall Number:

77T027000

Summary:

THE INVOLVED TIRES MAY DEVELOP SEPARATION IN THE SHOULDER AND TREAD AREA WHEN RUN IN AN OVERLOADED OR UNDER-INFLATED CONDITION. CONTINUED USE MAY CAUSE THE PLY CORDS TO BREAK AND THE TUBELESS LINER TO TEAR AND LOSE INFLATING AIR.

Consequence:

THERE IS NO SUMMARY CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.

Remedy:

DEALER WILL REPLACE INVOLVED TIRES AND MOUNT AND BALANCE REPLACEMENT TIRES WITHOUT CHARGE WITHIN 60 DAYS OF RECALL NOTIFICATION.

Notes:

VEHICLE CATEGORY: PASSENGER VEHICLES. SYSTEM: TIRES; COOPER WEATHER-MASTER PREMIUM AND FALLS GLACIER KING WHITESIDEWALL, SIZE F78-14. CONSEQUENCES OF DEFECT: TIRE MAY LOSE AIR RAPIDLY, POSSIBLY RESULTING IN LOSSOF VEHICLE CONTROL AND AN ACCIDENT. NOTE: A BULGE IN THE TREAD OR SHOULDER AREA MAY INDICATE SEPARATION. PROPER AIR PRESSURES SHOULD BE MAINTAINED AND DRIVING SPEED SHOULD BE MODERATED UNTIL THE TIRE(S) CAN BE REPLACED. DOT ID NUMBERS: COOPER: UPL7CBB317. FALLS: UPL7FAX317.


SOURCE: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

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