Transport Canada Recall - 2021100 - CONTINENTAL TIRE
Please see corrective actions section below
2018 | GENERAL | GRABBER APT 265/75 R 16 116T, 2018 | GENERAL | GRABBER HTS60 275/65 R 18 116T, 2019 | CONTINENTAL | CONTIPROCONTACT 235/40 R 19 92H, 2019 | CONTINENTAL | CROSSCONTACT LX SPORT 245/50 R 20 102H, 2019 | CONTINENTAL | TERRAINCONTACT A/T 275/55 R 20 113T, 2019 | GENERAL | ALTIMAX RT43 225/60 R 17 99H, 2019 | GENERAL | GRABBER ARCTIC 275/60 R 20 116T, 2020 | CONTINENTAL | CONTISPORTCONTACT 5 255/45 R 20 101W, 2020 | GENERAL | GRABBER A/TX LT285/70 R 17 118S, 2020 | GENERAL | GRABBER A/TX LT285/70 R 17 121S, 2020 | GENERAL | GRABBER ARCTIC 265/65 R 17 116 T
Certain tires may have been cured for too long. As a result, the sidewall could crack or the tread and belts could separate. This could cause a tire failure and lead to sudden loss of air pressure.
Note: This recall is an expansion of recall 2020-532.This recall only affects certain tires manufactured between 2018 and 2020 with specific mold numbers.
A tire failure could cause a loss of control and increase the risk of a crash.
Continental Tire will notify registered owners by mail to advise you of this problem. You should contact a Continental Tire dealer if you have tires manufactured within these date ranges or if you need help inspecting them. All tires affected by this recall will be replaced.
Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.