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2014 Honda Civic LX Recalled for Possible Tire Damage Posts: 9,975
edited June 2015 in Honda
image2014 Honda Civic LX Recalled for Possible Tire Damage

American Honda Motor Co. is recalling 9,817 2014 Honda Civic LX cars in the U.S. because of possible tire damage.

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  • reminderreminder Posts: 383
    Replaced for free?
    You better believe it.
    New means new.
  • The article seems to indicate any tire found to have a damged bead will be replaced - as in 'singular' only the effected tire(s) - Depending on how many miles is the on the car I would be wanting a complete set of four tires or at least two new ones (two front or two back). Worn/uneven tread on two different tires on the front @ FWD could create issues?
  • jhid123jhid123 Posts: 1
    good luck with your claim. I went to Firestone (this is what Honda installed on my Civic) because one tire slowly was loosing air, the only damage they found: small leak around balancing weight, so they just reapplied sealant and refer me to this recall. Honda claims my car was not part of recall...
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