The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company is issuing a recall on 1,650 tires due to an incomplete adhesion that occurred during the curing press set-up operation.
According to the National Highway traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the recall is for tires with an incomplete adhesion between the tread and the top belt.
The poor adhesion may cause the tread to separate while the tire is in use, increasing the risk of a crash. Goodyear discovered the issue during routine field performance analysis.
Goodyear is notifying consumers who purchased the tire as a replacement and has reached out to the vehicle manufacturers that use these tires. Dealers will replace the recalled tires for no cost. The recall is expected to start on October 15.
The recall affects the following tires:
The recalled tires are supplied to Freightliner, Volvo Trucks N.A., Paccar, and Navistar. They are also sold as replacement tires.
The following information is provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA):