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B. You must pay for taxes and any additional servicesyou order at the time of adjustment plus any addi-
tional service that may be unique to your application,
e.g. Tire Pressure Monitoring System.
C. You must submit your claim on an approved claim form supplied by an authorized Goodyear or Dunlop
service facility. The form must be filled out com-
pletely and signed, where you the owner or your
authorized agent presented the tire for adjustment.
Property damage, serious injury or death may result
TIRE FAILURE DUE TO UNDERINFLATION/
OVERLOADING / MISAPPLICATION.
Follow the vehicle owner’s manual or tire placard in
TIRE FAILURE DUE TO IMPACT DAMAGE /
Tires should be inspected regularly by a qualified
technician for signs of damage, such as punctures or
TIRE FAILURE DUE TO IMPROPER REPAIRS.
See Rubber Manufacturer’s Association (RMA) es-
tablished repair procedures at www.rma.org and/or
go to www.goodyear.com for information on proper
EXPLOSION OF TIRE/RIM ASSEMBLY DUE
TO IMPROPER MOUNTING.
Only specially-trained persons should mount tires.
When mounting tires, use safety cage and clip-on
extension air hose to inflate.
FAILURE TO MOUNT RADIAL TIRES ON AP-
FAILURE TO DEFLATE SINGLE OR DUAL
ASSEMBLIES COMPLETELY BEFORE
On slippery surfaces such as snow, mud, ice, etc.,
do not spin tires in excess of 35 mph (55 kph) , as
indicated on the speedometer.
EXCESSIVE WHEEL SPINNING.
This can also result in tire disintegration or axle
WARNING: Vehicle handling, traction, ride comfort and
other performance parameters may be significantly af-
fected by a change in tire size or type. Before replacing
tires, always consult and follow the vehicle Owner’s
Manual because some vehicle manufacturers prohibit
changing tire size. When selecting tires that are differ-
ent from the original equipment size make certain: (1)
The tires have adequate load carrying capacity based
on the vehicle placard, (2) The tires have sufficient
inflation pressure to carry the load and (3) There is
proper clearance with no interference points between
the tire and vehicle. The consumer must be aware to
always drive safely and obey all traffic laws. Avoid
sudden, sharp turns or lane changes. Failure to follow
any of these warnings may result in loss of control of the
vehicle, leading to an accident and serious injury or
TIRE CARE AND MAINTENANCE GUIDE
The easiest way to help ensure satisfactory mileage and
performance from your Goodyear or Dunlop tires is to
give them a simple but frequent (at least monthly) in-
spection for proper inflation, even treadwear, and the
presence of any damage.
DO MAINTAIN PROPER INFLATION
PRESSURE IN YOUR TIRES
Proper inflation pressure is necessary for optimum tire
performance, safety and fuel economy. Check inflation
pressures at least once a month and before long trips.
Use an accurate tire pressure gauge. Always check
pressures when the tires are cold (when the vehicle has
been driven less than one mile) . If you must check
inflation when the tires are hot, add 4 psi (27 kPa) to the
recommended cold inflation pressure. It is difficult to tell
just by looking at radial tires whether they are underin-
Furthermore, when operating a vehicle equipped with
radial tires, it is difficult to notice when a tire has gone
flat or nearly flat since the “feel” of the vehicle does not
*Evidence of air loss or repeated underinflation
always requires expert inspection to determine
the source of leakage and tire removal to deter-
mine repairability. To avoid injury, NEVER attempt to
reinflate a tire that has been run severely underinflated.
Progressive air loss may result from punctures, cuts,
curbing, impacts or partial bead unseating. Some fit-
ment causes for air loss are (1) incomplete bead seat-
ing, (2) bead tearing caused by a machine tool due to
insufficient lubrication or improper adjustment, (3) leak-
ing valve core or rubber valve components should be
replaced when problems are detected and whenever
tires are replaced.
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Always maintain inflation pressure at the level
recommended by the vehicle manufacturer as
shown on the vehicle placard, vehicle certifica-
tion label or in the vehicle Owner’s Manual:
Underinflation is the leading cause of tire failure and may
result in severe cracking, component separation or “blow-
out.” It reduces tire load capacity, allows excessive side-
wall flexing and increases rolling resistance, resulting in
heat and mechanical damage. Maintaining proper inflation
pressure is the single most important thing you can do to
promote tire durability and maximize tread life.
Overinflation increases stiffness, which may deteriorate
ride and generate unwanted vibration. Overinflation also
increases the chances of impact damage.
DON’T OVERLOAD YOUR VEHICLE OR
Check your vehicle Owner’s Manual to determine the
load limits. Overloading your vehicle places stress on
your tires and other critical vehicle components. Over-
loading a vehicle can cause poor handling, increased
fuel consumption and may cause tire failure. Overload-
ing your tires can result in severe cracking, component
Never fit your vehicle with new tires that have less load
capacity than shown on the vehicle tire placard and
remember that optimum rim width is important for
proper tire load distribution and function.
The maximum load capacity stamped on the sidewalls of
P-Metric & European Metric tires is reduced by 10%
when used on a light truck, utility vehicle or trailer. Never
fit P-Metric or European Metric tires to light trucks that
specify LT-type replacement tires.
DON’T SPIN YOUR TIRES
Avoid excessive tire spinning when your vehicle is stuck
in snow, ice, mud or sand. The centrifugal forces gen-
erated by a free-spinning tire/wheel assembly may
cause sudden tire explosion resulting in vehicle damage
and/or serious personal injury to you or a bystander.
Never exceed 35 mph/55 km/h, as indicated on your
speedometer. Use a gentle backward and forward rock-
ing motion to free your vehicle for continued driving.
Never stand near or behind a tire spinning at high
speeds. For example, while attempting to push a vehicle
that is stuck or when an on-the-car spin balance ma-
chine is in use.
DO CHECK YOUR TIRES FOR WEAR
Always remove tires from service when they reach two
thirty-seconds of an inch (2/32) remaining tread depth.
All new tires have treadwear indicators which appear as
smooth banks in the tread grooves when they wear to
the two thirty-seconds of an inch (2/32) level. Many wet
weather accidents result from skidding on bald or nearly
bald tires. Excessively worn tires are also more suscep-
tible to penetrations.
DO CHECK YOUR TIRES FOR DAMAGE
Frequent (at least monthly) inspection of your tires for
signs of damage and their general condition is important
for safety. If you have any questions, have your tire
Dealer inspect them. Impacts, penetrations, cracks,
knots, bulges or air loss always require tire removal and
expert inspection. Never perform a temporary repair or
use an inner tube as a substitute for a proper repair.
Only qualified persons should repair tires.
PROPER TIRE REPAIR NOTE:
Goodyear and Dunlop do not warrant any inspection or
repair process. The repair is entirely the responsibility of
the repairer and should be made in accordance with
established Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA)
TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING
Refer to your vehicle Owner’s Manual for more informa-
tion on what to do if the tire pressure warning system
THE CONVENIENCE (TEMPORARY)
The Convenience (Temporary) Spare is designed, built,
and tested to the high engineering standards set by
North America’s leading car manufacturers and to
Goodyear and Dunlop’s own high standards of quality
control. It is designed to take up a minimum of storage
space and, at the same time, fulfill the function of a spare
tire when needed. The spare is kept in its storage space,
fully inflated at 60 psi. To be sure it is always ready for
use, the air pressure should be checked on a regular
The Convenience (Temporary) Spare can be used in
combination with the original tires on your vehicle. You
can expect a tire tread life of up to 3,000 miles
(4,800 kilometers), depending on road conditions and
your driving habits. To conserve tire tread life, return the
spare to the storage area as soon as it is convenient to
have the standard tire repaired or replaced.
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The Convenience (Temporary) Spare weighs less than a
standard tire so it’s easier to handle. It also helps reduce
the total car weight which contributes to fuel economy.
The wheels used with the Convenience (Temporary)
Spare are specifically designed for use with high pres-
sure spares and should never be used with any other
DON’T ATTEMPT TO MOUNT YOUR
Serious injury or Death may result from explosion of tire/
rim assembly due to improper mounting procedures.
Follow tire manufacturer’s instructions and match tire
diameter to rim diameter. Mount light truck radials on
rims approved for radial service. Do not apply bead
sealer. This can inhibit bead seating. Lubricate beads
and tire rim (including tube or flap) contact surfaces.
Lock assembly on mounting machine or place in safety
cage. STAND BACK and never exceed 40 psi to seat
beads. Never use a volatile substance or a rubber
“donut” (also known as a bead expander or “O-Ring”) to
aid bead seating. Only specially-trained persons should
DON’T MIX TIRES OF DIFFERENT
SIZES AND TYPES ON THE SAME
For optimum handling and control, Goodyear and Dun-
lop recommend fitment of four (4) tires of the same type
and size unless otherwise specified by the vehicle
WARNING: Before you replace your tires, always con-
sult the vehicle Owner’s Manual and follow the vehicle
manufacturer’s replacement tire recommendations. Ve-hicle handling may be significantly affected by a change
in tire size or type. When selecting tires that are different
than the Original Equipment size, see a professional
installer in order to make certain that proper clearance,
load carrying capacity and inflation pressure is selected.
Never exceed the maximum load capacity and inflation
pressure listed on the sidewall of the tire. Always drive
safely and obey all traffic laws. Avoid sudden, sharp
turns or lane changes. Failure to follow this warning may
result in loss of control of the vehicle, leading to an
accident and serious injury or death.
When replacing tires, you must maintain the outside
diameter and load carrying capacity of the Original
Equipment tire. Inflation pressure may need to be ad-
justed to avoid overloading the tire. Consult the Tire &
Rim Association Load and Inflation Tables, ETRTO or
JATMA standards for correct load and inflation informa-
NEVER FIT TIRES TO A VEHICLE THAT
HAVE LESS LOAD CARRYING
CAPACITY THAN AS REQUIRED BY
THE ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT
Examples: Many vehicles, such as large passenger
vans, require Load Range E tires as designated by the
vehicle manufacturer. Fitment of a tire, such as a Load
Range D, with less carrying capacity is not allowed.
In other cases, tires of the same size may carry different
load indexes in the service description. You must make
certain the replacement tires fitted to the vehicle have a
load carrying capacity equal to or greater than what the
Original Equipment manufacturer specifies.NOTE:
Goodyear manufactured and/or marketed
European-Metric passenger tires and P-Metric
passenger tires are interchangeable as long as
they have the same section width, same aspect
ratio, same rim diameter. Caution: Never substi-
tute a “Standard Load” (SL) tire for an Extra Load
(XL) tire. If the vehicle was originally equipped
with “Extra Load” (XL) tires, replace those tires
with similar sized XL tires.
FOLLOW THESE ADDITIONAL
When installing only two tires, fit the tires with the
deepest tread depth on the rear axle. If radials and
non-radials must be fitted to the same vehicle, fit radials
on rear axle. Never mix radials and non-radials on the
same axle. When fitting snow tires or all-season tires to
performance vehicles, always fit in sets of four. It is not
recommended to fit tires with different speed ratings. If
tires with different speed ratings are installed on a
vehicle, they should be installed with like pairs on the
same axle. The speed capability of the vehicle will
become limited to that of the lowest speed rated tires.
Use of lift kits with some vehicle/tire combinations can
cause instability. When changing tire sizes, always con-
sult Dealer for optimum rim width and carefully checkvehicle/tire clearances.
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