definitely annoying
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
33,365 miles

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2005 Honda CR-V wheels / hubs problems

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2005 Honda CR-V Owner Comments

problem #2

Apr 072008


  • Automatic transmission
  • 51,000 miles


The contact owns a 2005 Honda CRV. The vehicle has Bridgestone dueler H/T 684 II, size P245/70R16 tires. While driving 60 mph, the contact heard a clicking sound and the vehicle began driving roughly. He stopped the vehicle and noticed that the tire tread came off and was rolling across the road. Roadside assistance arrived to replace the tires. Eight months earlier, the vehicle was taken to the dealer to have the tires rotated, but no one informed him of any tire failure. The VIN, engine size, number of cylinders, dot number, and powertrain were unknown. The current mileage was 52,000 and failure mileage was 51,000.

- Torrance, CA, USA

problem #1

Jan 082008

CR-V 4-cyl

  • Automatic transmission
  • 15,730 miles
We purchased a 2005 Honda CRV in July of 2005, which came with Bridgestone dueler H/T 684 215/65R16 98T tires. Dealership has inspected the car every yr. Since then. At inspection in Sept. Of 2007, there were 13,180 miles on the 2 year old vehicle with the original tires. No problem indicated by serviceman with tires at that time. Over christmas of 2007, 3 mos. Later, my daughter and her husband sat in the back seat of the vehicle, and noticed a loud noise from the area of the tires. Next day husband took car to dealership to be checked out. Instead, dealer set appt. For tues. Jan. 8, 2007. In between those 2 times, vehicle had an oil change at jiffy lube. The serviceman at the jif. Lube stated front tires were worn and needed immediate replacement--interesting since all other dealership oil changes performed mentioned no tire wear. At the appt. On Jan.8, 2008 [valley Honda, 4221 william penn highway, monroeville, pa 15146--ph:412-373-3000] a mechanic inspected the tires on vehicle, which now had 15,730 miles on them, the mechanic informed me the steel belts inside of the back tires were broken! he asked about the use of the vehicle for various purposes to which I responded no on all accounts. In addition, if we had hit a hole hard enough to break the steel belts in both of the back tires, one would think the car would be out of alignment, which it is not. No explanation from the dealership as to why the front tires were so badly worn and no explanation as to why the wear on the front tires was never noticed by their servicemen. The dealership stated "there is no warranty on those tires" but, offered to sell us 4 brand new yamaha tires at $89.41 + $13.50 for installation per tire, plus tax, plus a fee to dispose of the old tires. So far these tires have not failed, but we are scared to death to drive the vehicle on the parkway, turnpike, freeway, or any high speed road for fear of a tire failure that might cause an accident & injury.

- Pittsburgh, PA, USA

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