definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
32,474 miles

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2005 Ford Ranger wheels / hubs problems

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2005 Ford Ranger Owner Comments

problem #4

Jun 042011


  • 82,000 miles


The contact owns a 2005 Ford Ranger equipped with hankook radial H714 tires, tire size 225/70/15. The dot number was 1guuaph. While driving approximately 65 mph, there was a loud noise outside of the vehicle. The contact maneuvered to the side of the road and noticed the front passenger side tire exploded. The tire was replaced with a spare tire. The manufacturer was made aware of the defect. The approximate failure mileage was 82,000.

- Weatherford, OK, USA

problem #3

Nov 262009


  • 30,895 miles
Continental tires.....I own 2 vehicles that have come equipped with Continental tires and found that over time both sets of tires have worn out due too poor quality of the tire. I have gone on line and looked up on the web site under Continental tire and clicked on complaints about these tires and it is alarming how many people are finding that the tires from Continental are poorly made and the quality of these tires is putting people in harms way, due to blowouts, tread separation, premature ware. I live in tucson AZ and just about every tire dealer within 20 miles of me wont even recommend a tire built by Continental. Replacing these tires with something different is the only option to be sure you don't have happen to you, what most people have had happen to them, after you read the complaints posted on the web site of Continental tire, I find it necessary to file a complaint about these tires and the company. I feel that someone needs to read the complaints on the web site, and take a look to see if there is something that can be done, to get answers as to why Continental feels that there's no problem with there tires. On my 2005 Ford Ranger the tires had 30,000 miles on them and in the owners manual, the tires had a 6 year pro-rated warranty on them. The tire dealer here in tucson was told by Continental that they didn't cover the tire from normal wear. The dealer explained to Continental that the tires in question were pre-maturely wearing out on the inside edges and the middle of the face of the tire. Continental more less said too bad and wouldn't do any thing about it. This happened on my wife's Ford escape also, and we had replaced her original tires that came on her car, with the same Continental brand, and they only lasted 23,000 miles. These tires were rated for 50,000. I not sure what can be done about this, but I feel people need to let some consumer complaint groups know there is a problem that exists here.

- Tucson , AZ, USA

problem #2

Sep 142008


  • 17,000 miles
A tire valve stem, # dill 414, was leaking air around the base. This valve stem came on a brand new 2005 Ford Ranger, purchased in July of 2005, which is prior to the present recall period.

- Baileyville, KS, USA

problem #1

Apr 292007


  • miles
2005 Ford Ranger. While driving 65 mph on the Ohio turnpike switching to the far right lane, the back right tire blew out and the truck swerved and the uhaul trailer flipped several times. (Ohio traffic crash report)

- Middletown, PA, USA

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