Cooper P21575B15 Tire Recall
Make / Models:
COOPER / P21575B15
POSSIBILITY TIRES MAY DEVELOP SEPARATION IN THE SHOULDER AREA DURING THE ENDURANCE TEST OF FMVSS 109, NEW PNEUMATIC TIRES. CONSEQUENCE OF DEFECT: CONTINUED USE OF THE TIRE MAY CAUSE THE PLY CORDS TO BREAK AND THE TUBELESS LINER TO TEAR AND LOSE THE INFLATING AIR. LOSS OF AIR MIGHT RESULT IN LOSS OF STEERING CONTROL WITH POSSIBLE VEHICLE CRASH.
THERE IS NO SUMMARY CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.
TIRES WILL BE REPLACED AT NO COST TO THE CONSUMER WITHIN 60 DAYS FROM DATE OF NOTIFICATION. DOT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER: UPHFDEN186, UPHFEHB186, UPHFHKE186, AND UPHGCNC186.
VEHICLE CATEGORY: PASSENGER CARS. SYSTEM: P215/75B15, LOAD RANGE B TIRES.
SOURCE: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
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Potential Tire Failure Lawsuit
If you, or a loved one, have been seriously injured in a wreck or rollover accident caused in part by a tire tread failure or sudden blowout, then you may have legal action against the tire and vehicle manufacturers for your injuries and losses. It is important to KEEP IN YOUR POSSESSION the vehicle involved in the accident, the tire, the tire tread and any pieces of the tire that separated from the tire during the failure. The vehicle, tire, tire tread and all tire pieces are critical evidence in a vehicle crashworthiness or defective tire lawsuit. Do not send the defective tire or the tire pieces to the manufacturer until you have spoken to an attorney or lawyer.
NHTSA and Cooper Tire Information
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