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I'm still under my 3 year/36,000 mile warranty (I also purchased lifetime everything warranty too). My front driver tire has a buldge in it. Will the dealership replace it for free? I have 21,000 miles on my car. If not, Toyo or Nitto's maybe in the future :bigthumb:

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I'm still under my 3 year/36,000 mile warranty (I also purchased lifetime everything warranty too). My front driver tire has a buldge in it. Will the dealership replace it for free? I have 21,000 miles on my car. If not, Toyo or Nitto's maybe in the future :bigthumb:

Thanks for all the responses. :rocker:

As a Service Advisor currently (for a Ford dealership), I'll tell you what I tell all my customers:


Sidewall bubbles / bulges are not covered under warranty, as they develop after the tire has impacted a pothole or other stuff, and road hazard is not covered under warranty ...

Might be different for Dodge, but I doubt it ...
 

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:sad:

Just got off phone with dealership and they said it would fall under Goodyear's warranty. Fortunately there's some Goodyear stores around here. I'll let you guys know what they say.

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I had this happen with my Goodyear tires. I took it to a Goodyear service center and they said that they can dismount the tire to see if it was caused by a defect or impact, but once they dismount it they can't remount it. So it if it wasn't a defect I had to be prepared to buy a new tire.
 

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Just got done talking with Goodyear and they said 9 times out of 10 the tire buldge was caused by hitting a pot hole. They said there will be no warranty.

Guess I'll have to wind up buying a new one :sad:
 

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Just got done talking with Goodyear and they said 9 times out of 10 the tire buldge was caused by hitting a pot hole. They said there will be no warranty.

Guess I'll have to wind up buying a new one :sad:
^^^ part of that sounds familiar .... like maybe somebody already said that that's pretty much what it was gonna be ..... :)


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:bigthumb: I should have known better :D

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Hmmm- tire bulge---:D
Seems I recall something like that happening to me recently:bigthumb:

Time for some fun before you replace the tire!

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