WHY IS TIRE ROTATION IMPORTANT?
Tire rotations can extend the life of your tires and improve their performance.
All tires do not wear equally due to each tire performing a different task (such as steering in front versus rear-wheel drive). To help achieve a uniform wear and longer life, your tires should be rotated every 7,500 miles.
TIRE ROTATION PATTERNS
It’s important to rotate your tires according to the correct tire-rotation pattern. Doing so can prolong their life, spread tire wear evenly on all four tires, and help reduce the risk of sudden tire failure. Front tires encounter different tasks than the rear ones, and a front-wheel-drive vehicle’s tires perform different tasks than those on a rear-wheel-drive vehicle.
Pattern for front-wheel drive with same size front and rear nondirectional tires.
Pattern for all-wheel/four-wheel/rear-wheel-drive vehicles with same size front and rear nondirectional tires.
Pattern for different-size tires on the front and rear nondirectional tires.
IF YOUR VEHICLE HAS A TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM, IT WILL NEED TO BE RESET AFTER EACH TIRE ROTATION.
IF YOUR VEHICLE HAS A TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM,
IT WILL NEED TO BE RESET AFTER EACH TIRE ROTATION.
For more details about tires, see your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual.
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