ITG Voma Corp./American Tire Distributors Holdings Inc.—95,000 Capitol Precision Trac II tires in seven sizes, manufactured between March 2009 and May 2010, because of a manufacturing anomaly that could lead to tread separation. The sizes are: 245/70R17—DOT Code JE LJ FTP 2209 through 2010; 235/70R16—JE KJ ETP 5008 through 2010; 235/75R15—JE KK DTP 0909 through 2010; 245/70R16—JE LJ ETR 0909 through 2010; 245/75R16—JE LK ETP 1009 through 2010; 255/70R16—JE MJ ETP 0909 through 2010; and 265/75R16—JE NK ETP 0909 through 2010.
Continental Tire the Americas L.L.C.—5,993 ProContact GX SSR runflat radials, size 225/45R18 95H XL, produced between June 22 and July 28, 2014, that were fitted OE on the front axles of certain 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class vehicles. Some may have been deformed during the curing process, which could cause the tire tread to appear distorted when inflated. Fewer than 100 of the tires were sold in the replacement market.
Mazda North American Operations—99,711 Mazda6 sedans for TPMS systems installed from Oct. 25, 2012, to Oct. 10, 2014, because the systems may not alert drivers to low tire pressure.
Toyo Tire Holdings of Americas Inc.—175,000 Toyo Open Country H/T, with Tuff Duty, produced between November 2008 and June 2013, and Nitto Dura Grappler Highway Terrain tires, produced between May 2007 and April 2012, because of the potential for a tread/belt separation in a small number of tires. The recall affects seven LT sizes of the Open Country H/T and four LT sizes of the Nitto Dura Grappler.