Hyundai Sonata owners have reported 7 problems related to tire tread/belt (under the tire category).
The contact owns a 2011 Hyundai Sonata. The vehicle is equipped with hankook optimo h431 tires, size 225/45r18v. While the vehicle was being serviced for an oil change, the technician noticed a bubble on the sidewall and part of the tread of the front passenger side tire. The contact was informed that the tire needed to be replaced. The contact made numerous attempts to notify the manufacturer, but he did not receive a return phone call. The tire was not repaired. The tire failure mileage was 42,000 and the vehicle failure mileage was 46,000.
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The contact owns a 1999 Hyundai Sonata. The vehicle has firestone p195 tires. While driving 65 mph, the front end of the vehicle began to shake. The contact decelerated and then heard a loud bang. The vehicle became very difficult to control. She pulled to the side of the road and called Hyundai roadside assistance. The vehicle was going to be towed to the dealer; however, it was Sunday and they were closed. The vehicle was towed to pep-boys instead and they replaced the tire. The mechanic stated that both front tires needed to be replaced. The failure and current mileages were 103,000. Updated 09/15/08
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Michelin size:p205/ 60r15 dot: while driving at 70 mph, without any warning the right rear passenger tread separated . Please provide further information.
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Left driver side tire tread separated from the vehcle while driving about 55 mph on the highway. Consumer was forced to pull over to the shoulder to repair the tire. The spare tire had stress marks located on the inner side of the tire. Hankook, t125/70d15, dot #
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Left driver side tire tread separated from the truck, causing damage to vehicle. Consumer was forced to pull over to the shoulder. The spare tire had stress marks located on the inner side of the tire. Hankook tires, #t125/70d-15, dot # h6mxbh490.
While traveling about 65mph on the highway and without prior warning driver side tire thread separated from the wheel.
Kumho steel belted radial tire p722p195/70r14 size; tread on front left tire separated while driving.