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My 2005 has an inner front tire wearing and squeals and no grip at low cornering speed. tire wear at the front left side of the car is even more worse

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SOURCE: Uneven tire wear on passenger side--front & back. Inner tread worn more than outer.

you'll need an alignment to determine if their is any parts failure

Posted on Sep 18, 2012

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If you choose a tyre with a harder tread compound, or ones with "C" at the end of the code, these will again last a lot longer.

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