really awful
Crashes / Fires:
2 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
1 / 0
Average Mileage:
32,096 miles

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2004 Ford F-250 wheels / hubs problems

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2004 Ford F-250 Owner Comments

problem #6

Jun 242015


  • 96,002 miles


While driving West bound on interstate highway 80 East of imlay, nv at approximately 70 mph in lane #2, the left rear tire lost about 80-85% of it's tread in about 10 seconds, extensively damaging the underside wheel well area near the tire and the body of the vehicle. Control of the vehicle was never lost, although there was veering from side to side and violent loud banging as the tread pieces were hitting the vehicle. The remaining tire carcass did not lose air pressure, and we managed to safely come to a stop on the right highway shoulder. After stopping and determining the extent of damage to the vehicle and that the tire was not flat, we slowly drove about one mile to the next exit, left the highway and changed the tire. The 4 tires had all been properly inflated and had about 11,045 miles on them since all four were purchased in 2012. The tires are B F goodrich, LT265 / 75R16, "rugged terrain T/a". the vehicle is a 2004 Ford F-250 super cab 4X4 pickup truck.

- Vacaville, CA, USA

problem #5

Oct 012011


  • miles
2004 Ford F-250. Consumer writes in regards to the definity Dakota A/T system failure the consumer stated on four separate occasions the tires failed from an out-right blow out or the condition where the tire had started to bulge and deform or split which caused tread separation. One incident left the fender on the vehicle distorted and shifted out of place as well as some trim damage. The most recent incident occurred where the tire had become so mis-shaped and distorted that when the mechanic pulled the tire off the truck, he could not roll the tire. The tire had serious structural damage.

- Las Vegas, NV, USA

problem #4

Aug 162007

F-250 4WD 8-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 30,000 miles
The contact owns a 2004 Ford F250. While driving 55mph, the rear passenger side tire blew out. The tires brand is cooper/atv, size 225/75R15. The dot#3D0rc8D4905. The remaining three tires have cracks present. The contact noticed that the vehicle wasn't making proper contact with the road prior to the tire failure. The tire was replaced with the spare. The cooper dealer advised her to file a complaint. The contact can provide the tire if needed. The current and failure mileage were 30000. The failure is related to recall#06T016000.

- Newington , CT, USA

problem #3

May 132007

F-250 4WD 8-cyl Diesel

  • Automatic transmission
  • 34,120 miles


Tire separation on highway of a newly installed replacement pro comp tire.

- Valencia, CA, USA

problem #2

Jan 022007

F-250 4WD 8-cyl Diesel

  • Automatic transmission
  • 32,451 miles
Pro comp tire on my Ford F250 while driving on highway 10 West bound, I began to feel an extreme vibration on the front left of my vehicle, then a loud bang, and the front tire was totally blown, went off the road into the center median, and the truck luckily didn't flip, but there was more than $6000 in damage to the vehicle.

- Valencia, CA, USA

problem #1

Oct 012004


  • miles
Truck failed to respond to steering. Attempting to correct for right drift truck crossed over left shoulder causing damage. Vehicle failed to respond to steering while consumer drove around a curve at 35 mph. After inspecting the vehicle the consumer found that the right front hub locking tab was positioned in lock while the left front was free. The tires were marked on the sideways as M & S (mud and snow) tires were over inflated for the load condition. While attempting to correct thfor the right drift the truck crossed over to the left shoulder crossing the two lane road hitting a fence and on the subsequent crossover hit a berm and rolled across the highway ending up with the right side in a ditch.

- Boyes Hot Spring, CA, USA

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