Cooper P20570R514 Tire Recall
Make / Models:
COOPER / P20570R514
TIRES WERE INADVERTENTLY MANUFACTURED WITH THE SECOND PLY ONE-HALF INCH OFF CENTER. TIRES MAY DEVELOP A SEPARATION OF THE REINFORCING PLIES AND RUBBER COMPOUND IN THE SIDEWALL AREA. TIRES DO NOT COMPLY WITH THE HIGH SPEED REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARD NO. 109, "NEW PNEUMATIC TIRES."
THERE IS NO SUMMARY CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.
TIRES WILL BE REPLACED WITHIN 60 DAYS OF OWNER'S NOTIFICATION AT NO CHARGE.
VEHICLE CATEGORY: PASSENGER VEHICLES. SYSTEM: TIRES; COOPER PRO 70 GLASS BELTED, HERCULES 70 HONCHO; SIZE P205/70R14, 4-PLY TUBELESS. CONSEQUENCES OF DEFECT: TIRES MAY LOSE AIR RAPIDLY AND LOSS OF VEHICLE CONTROL AND AN ACCIDENT MAY RESULT. NOTE: MAINTAIN PROPER AIR PRESSURE AND DO NOT OPERATE THE VEHICLE IN AN OVERLOADED CONDITION. DRIVING AT HIGHWAY SPEEDS SHOULD BE AVOIDED UNTIL THE TIRES HAVE BEEN REPLACED. THE DEFECT MAY BE INDICATED BY A BULGE IN THE SIDEWALL AREA. DOT ID NUMBERS: UTKECJJ143, UTKECJJ153, UTKEHJD143, UTKEHJD153.
SOURCE: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
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